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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!!

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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
 Quoting: lasombra


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.

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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?

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LHC Creates New Form of Matter

It's called a 'color-glass condensate' -- a liquid-like wave of gluons -- and it may explain some odd behavior in the particle collider.
[link to news.discovery.com]

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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.
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Reminder to readers that some of us here from the first few hours of the first day of this thread do not accept that the thread was initiated for any other reason than to get help to a submarine in distress in the GOM, and that this board was used as a publio place to get help with the langugage barrier Dutch/French/English to explain what was happening.

The Aco-games-psyfi stuff all came up afterwards.
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my post doesnt want to appear ...
but this line is ...
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It's just a glitch. Have patience, this is Friday and often times there might be site work being done.

hf

edit to say that this is the third thread I have run across this happening today. Including one of my own posts.

just in case tho, Krispy, double check the type print, you know what to look for...

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[removed link to thread Powerful EMP blast in Veliky Novgorod, Russia.]


As said in the thread : If car lights and portable radios stopped working as well, then it MUST be EMP, and not a transformer explosion...

and I highlighted lines in the below quote

today 11:54
In several districts of Novgorod the lights went out for a few seconds after the bright flash - the news agency "Great Submit Thread."
Beginning of the street about 20:15 Kochetova lit flash of bright light, after which the surrounding buildings for a few seconds the lights went out, turned off street lights.
After that, the sky over the city was decorated something like the Northern Lights. Bright flashes clearly emerges through the clouds. Then the power was restored, but left your original work of several cable television operators.
Townspeople joke that it could be a rehearsal for the end of the world. We can assume that the result was a bright flash of lightning, but no sounds like thunder, Novgorod heard.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22699475


EMP or not ? Probably not ...

From what I've read about an EMP attack, I thought the electronics would be permanently disabled, so how would the power have been able to come back on after two hours?
 Quoting: Laura Bow


Or could it :

There are soft EMPS too.
I saw a test on some show few years back they did with a rental car....and a military EMP. The car did run again afterward.

I thought it would be perma-fried....but this mini-EMP didn't totally destroy the car electronics.
...just a temporary power kill scenario.

It was on the Military channel.....that ultimate weapons show.
I forgot the guys name who was the host. He was a Seal for 10 years.
 Quoting: Burt Gummer


-snipped-

it depends on the size of the EMP....

smaller waves CAN simply cause interference in the waves lengths, taking say USA 60mhz down to 56 or up to 68.... this will not "destroy" everything, but fuck it up for a minute, sometimes hours....

I big one CAN destroy everything, but not ALL do this.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19392583


This above could explain the change of color in the light-bulbs in livingrooms ... [lightbulb radiance and color anomalies] ...


But what could turn the sky into "Northern lights" ???

CME ???
But were CME's hits ever accompanied by blasts of light ?
It sounds plausible ...

CME hit us at about that time could be related?
[removed noaa-gov-wsa-enlil link]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23045418


or a Particle Burst ?

Particle Collision in the atmosphere?

DEMETER Satellite Observations of Particle Burst Prior to
Chile Earthquake

[removed arxiv-org-pdf link]
 Quoting: ChemE 15309505


Funny that Pre/Per compared me with Demeter ....


This video below shows the light-blast,
and yes the radio stops working and lights go out,
but FUNNY > The traffic-lights still work !!!

Powerful EMP blast in Veliky Novgorod

[youtube][removed link]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17120160



Strange enough it happend at the same time in the US :

I feel for this because I just read this
A widespread power outage has been reported just outside Boston where MIT and Harvard University are located. NStar utility

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
 Quoting: Goofy for God


and India ???

I saw the same green flash in the sky for about a milisecond that lit up the sky while I was on my bike at about 6:30 pm here in India.

No power outage though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28779835




So what is this ???

Is it a result and reaction of supercharged particles from Space colliding with escaping particles from the Earth's crust ??

Is it a 'TEST' for some kind of technology, from the Chin's or an other faction ?


A UAV equipped with an EMP or DEW weapon can fly into or over a storm and use the storm to hide it. Very precise strikes using these types of weapons are possible. Communications systems are first on the list to be targeted. Targeting power generating facilities, substations, and communications towers, for instance, knocks out service to a wide area. No need to fry all the electronics.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28744097


Is the below a BINGO ?????

what is in or near this place in russia that anyone would have any wanting to "emp" it?

the harvard/MIT one is very interesting. is that still ongoing?
 Quoting: pink cat


^

Probably a Secret Lab in Russia (as usual), and Russia trying to modify there Missiles so that EMP does not effect them..

You know EMP Protected Missiles, so Missiles in Iran and Syria can't be taken out as before...

And so the World and USA and overall Planet (Earth) gets more dangerous everday!

-snipped-

 Quoting: Future Viewer


Good to look at political historical importance of places where Events happen ;)
Novgorod seems to be an important place :


Oh... this is strange for some reason
I am unable to post text and a Wiki link.

I will try the text without the link.
The link is " Veliky Novgorod Coat of Arms "


This symbol - Veliky Novgorod Coat of Arms -
came to me in 2008 a few months before the
Russia/Georgia "war."

The symbol shows two bears standing by the throne.

The Russian President [at the time] Medvedev
and the Georgian President's nickname, Misha,
both symbolize a bear.


Also, in 2010, there was cryptic news of
Vladimir Putin's "wedding" in Novgorod.
 Quoting: Atossa 18850150





The below post is a clever one :

This news has the mystery "cat" theme.

"Cat" symbolizes something important in the geo-politics... what ??


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 Quoting: Atossa 18850150


CAT acronyms : [removed link]
? Combat Aircraft Technology
or many others ...

The next post of the thread's OP underlines that it was not a NORMAL EVENT, but that it is indeed something WIERD :

Replying to all those saying it would not be an EMP of any sort. I have personal experience with lights flickering and brief AM radio receiving difficulties / cracking just by the line of our streetlights heating up when turning on at the same time (380 volts) which is strange given the arguments below.

I'd figure even if a transformer failed, then there would be some form of an EMP element to it. News sources are conflicted, eyewitnesses notify the press about lightbulb radiance and color anomalies as well. Many say other parts of the city which were fed by other transformers and independent lines suffered power outages as well. Or that was the Mother of all power spikes city - wide. Coming to think of it, my own house lights acted very weird for around fifteen seconds pulsing and flickering just around the exact time it happened in Veliky Novgorod. Please keep in mind that Moscow is a few hundred kilometers away, not to mention on a completely different power grid.

Another argument to look at is that the Soviet power transmission grid is strongly guarded against EMP, being designed with Nuclear war in mind. There are fail-safes and redundancies. (Unless they are all drunken away and have fallen into disrepair.) Probably some systems a common Russian wouldn't even know about. Since all throughout this summer we had thunderstorms, severe ones even. And with lightning comes a local EMP and power spike (heck, gamma rays even!) our power kept on going.
 Quoting: Snuffielover




Excuses if the above seems a bit off-topic,
... or not with us looking at the r-EMP's and such ...
but it caught my interest,
it might be related to Bezerk.


xxx K


( PS : HAPPY 1400 EVERY-ONE !!!! )
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It's just a glitch. Have patience, this is Friday and often times there might be site work being done.

hf

edit to say that this is the third thread I have run across this happening today. Including one of my own posts.

just in case tho, Krispy, double check the type print, you know what to look for...
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I removed all the links to external websites ... and it worked ...

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I removed all the links to external websites ... and it worked ...

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Analysis: new model for ocean floor formation sparks controversy
Magma chambers – a global system or not?
A need to re-examine magmatic processes
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11/30/2012 -- Sinkholes, Explosions, and Earthquakes -- What is happening?

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Update on LA Sinkhole

Officials: ‘Large chunks’ were knocked off salt dome when cavern collapsed — Giant sinkhole now getting deeper
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11/30/2012 -- Sinkholes, Explosions, and Earthquakes -- What is happening?

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Growing pains.
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In a rEMP situation, I was told that anything that is an 'output', like a speaker, or lightbulb, or heating element actually sucks in energy until no more energy exists to suck in. (if the rEMP is within the circuitry)

So a speaker might make noise, a lightbulb might glow, and clouds might light up like lightening is present.

In a closed environment, like a car or a submarine, everything electronic might glow and make sound only to stop instantly when the power sources are depleted.

Still not clear where the energy goes, or how that point is created to initiate the event, especially if done remotely.
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For quite some time I read sTinkholes instead of sinkholes...
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both correct! LOL
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snip:
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.

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It would be fun to start an observation group that connects to the area (ufo's, whales, the organism, etc:) with psychics, remote viewing, etc:. and see if we can transmute it. I think we could do it.

Wouldn't it be cool if we started seeing reports saying they don't know what happened but things are looking better there, LOL!

It can happen. Spontaneous healing are being reported. Great things are happening in the middle of all this other stuff.

Hearts are spontaneously healing:
[link to gma.yahoo.com]


Brains are healing:


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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.
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Reminder to readers that some of us here from the first few hours of the first day of this thread do not accept that the thread was initiated for any other reason than to get help to a submarine in distress in the GOM, and that this board was used as a publio place to get help with the langugage barrier Dutch/French/English to explain what was happening.

The Aco-games-psyfi stuff all came up afterwards.
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Nice to know this. Thanks.
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For quite some time I read sTinkholes instead of sinkholes...
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Happy Sinterklaas Roxy and Krispy. heh!

Roxy, you posted on my thread about moving to the Netherlands. You helped me learn a lot about your country but I didn't make it there, heh!



Edit: I had a different user name then.

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Maybe good for a refresher, and PP, - some connects with your ideas too.

Post by Oiled in Florida

If you have been following our previous articles, especially The Gulf Blue Plague: It’s Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature ( [link to worldvisionportal.org] then you should now begin to understand what is occurring in the Gulf of Mexico. If you haven’t read the previous referenced article, then do so before attempting to understand what is presented here. This paper should be considered an integral continuation of that article.

What is factually taking place in the Gulf of Mexico - in biological and genetic terms - is neither natural nor happenstance. The reality of synthetic microorganisms and artificial genomes is not a newly discovered science even though the lamestream media claims otherwise.

Genomic Bioremediation. Get used to hearing this term because it’s what’s behind the Gulf Blue Plague (BP). Let’s get a few definitions out of the way to understand what this scientific term means. The phrase ‘genetic makeup’ is commonly used when referring to the genome of a particular organism. The study of related organism genomes is known as genomics. The word bioremediation refers to the use of biological agents, such as bacteria, to remove or neutralize contaminants, such as crude oil. Studying the genetic framework of oil-eating bacteria used in the Gulf of Mexico is a form of Genomic Bioremediation.

On May 6, 2010, Terry Hazen of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory stated “It is important to remember that oil is a biological product and can be degraded by microbes, both on and beneath the surface of the water.” Remember this statement with regards to not only beneath the water surface, but on the top of the water as well.

On August 24, 2010, it was revealed that a team of scientists, headed by Terry Hazen, had found that microbial activity of “a new and unclassified species was degrading the oil in the Gulf of Mexico much faster than anticipated” during a May 25 through June 2, 2010 study. You don’t anticipate something unless you specifically know the previously established scientifically controlled characteristics of what you’re studying. Obviously, they knew what the expected rate of degradation for this novel and uncategorized genus of microorganism was and they were able to scientifically measure the rate of degradation based on its identified degradation rate. In other words, they knew what the microorganism was even though it’s officially not yet classified.

Hazen should know. He has studied numerous oil-spill sites in the past and is the leader of the Ecology Department and Center for Environmental Biotechnology at Berkeley Lab’s Earth Sciences Division. He conducted this specific Gulf of Mexico research under an existing grant he holds with the Energy Biosciences Institute (EBI). EBI is a partnership led by the University of California (UC) Berkeley and includes Berkeley Lab along with the University of Illinois. The grant is for the specific study of “microbial enhanced hydrocarbon recovery” or, in simpler terms, the study of how to use microorganisms, such as bacteria, to cause a greater amount of oil to flow out of a crude oil reservoir. Should it be a surprise to anyone that this particular grant is exclusively funded by a USD $500 million 10-year grant from British Petroleum?

Hazen’s results were based on the analysis of more than 200 samples collected from 17 deepwater sites in the Gulf of Mexico. Their research incorporated the use of the PhyloChip, a unique credit card-sized DNA-based microarray that can quickly and accurately detect the presence of up to 50,000 different species of bacteria and archaea (a group of single-celled microorganisms) in a single sample without the need of lab culturing to identify them. Use of the PhyloChip enabled Hazen and his colleagues to determine that the dominant microbe in the oil plume is a new species. They revealed that this new species of bacterium was closely related to members of the Oceanospirillales family, particularly Oleispirea Antarctica and Oceaniserpentilla Haliotis.

Oceaniserpentilla Haliotis (OH) is a genus in the Oceanospirillales order with a 92.9% genetic sequence similarity to Oleispirea Antarctica (OA). Since the genome of OH is so closely related to OA, we will look at the two in light of OA only.

So, here we have a scientifically confirmed new oil-eating species of bacterium in the Gulf of Mexico that’s closely related to a bacterium only found in Rod Bay and the Ross Sea, Antarctica (OA), and another one only found in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand (OH).

How do you suppose a new related species of this bacterium from deep cold water Antarctic environments mysteriously and suddenly ended up in the Gulf of Mexico? By use of proven synthetic RNA sequence processes, a new synthetic genome microorganism can be created in 24 hours according to J. Craig Venter of Synthetic Genomics, Inc. and the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI).

To simplify things, let’s just name this new and unclassified species of synthetic genome bacteria for all the scientists since they can’t seem to recognize it for some unknown reason. Let’s call it a new genus of the Oceanospirilla order:

Syntholeispirea Gulfmexicana (SG). Bacteria (domain); Proteobacteria (phylum); Gammaproteobacteria (class); Oceanospirillales (order). A novel synthetic genome hydrocarbonoclastic marine bacterium currently introduced into the Gulf of Mexico.

If any U.S. professional scientist would have the courage to verify what’s presented here, they’d plainly see that SG bacteria are psychrophilic, aerobic, and Gram-negative with polar flagella; they won’t grow or replicate in the absence of NaCl (salt); they have a preference for aliphatic hydrocarbons; and they have a distinct phyletic line within the Gammaproteobacteria.

The Gammaproteobacteria class comprise of several important groups of bacteria, such as the Enterobacteriaceae, Vibrionaceae and Pseudomonadaceae. A number of important pathogens belong to this class, such as:

Salmonella (enteritis and typhoid fever)
Yersinia pestis (plague)
Vibrio cholerae (cholera)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa (lung infections)
Escherichia coli (E-coli)

Cholera is an acute bacterial infection that often occurs in epidemics by spreading in contaminated water or food. The best ways to evade cholera are by avoidance of raw or improperly cooked seafood, which may have become infected by ingesting infected plankton. Could there be infected plankton in the Gulf of Mexico, a major food source for Haiti?

A scientific paper recently released by Dauphin Island Sea Lab shows that a faint “shadow” of oil can be seen in the plankton and copepods in the Gulf of Mexico. Those tiny animals ate the microbes (synthetic genome bacteria) that have been eating the oil. The study stated it was important to note that their research documented carbon from the oil working its way through the food chain.

Their study states that dispersant use on the surface “almost certainly accelerated the microbial consumption of the oil” and left little doubt that the oil consumed by the bacteria reached the zooplankton at the base of the marine food chain, an incredibly important food-source for fish, jellyfish and whales.

According to Terry Hazen, many hydrocarbon-degrading enzymes have iron as a component. He also states “There’s not enough iron to form more of these enzymes, which would degrade the carbon faster.” So then, what would happen if you added iron to the Gulf of Mexico?

The oil-eating bacteria they introduced into the Gulf would be able to eat the oil at an accelerated rate if there were more iron, but typical Gulf water naturally has a very low trace of iron. But according to rainwater tests from Gulf rainclouds, Iron and other elements are being added to the Gulf waters. Perhaps now you can understand that the “dispersant” formula being used also contains elemental nutrients, such as iron, copper, manganese, nickel, and aluminum to enhance and feed the SG bacterium placed into the Gulf to eat up the oil.

Mutations of the plankton have already been verified by University of Southern Florida (USF) scientists months ago. Once this important marine food source has RNA mutations, then everything up the entire food chain is affected. That includes humans who consume fish or crustaceans. What are we facing? More than we can comprehend. Once you alter the bottom of the food chain, you alter everything from that point on. The Gulf Blue Plague is a reality and has been for many months. It’s a worldwide problem.

Wherever the Gulf wind blows and wherever the Gulf water flows.


Syntholeispirea Gulfmexicana (SG) exhibits a 90% or higher match to this RNA sequence.
Now every scientist can verify what already exists.

1 ggcggcaggc ctaacacatg caagtcgagc ggaaacgaag gtagcttgct accaggcgtc
61 gagcggcgga cgggtgagta atgcttagga atctaccgag tagtggggga tagccattgg
121 aaacgatgat taataccgca tatatcctac gggggaaagc aggggacctt cgggccttgc
181 gctattcgat gagcctgagt gagattagct agttggtggg gtaaaggcct accaaggcga
241 cgatctctag ctggtctgag aggatgatca gccacactgg gactgagaca cggcccagac
301 tcctacggga ggcagcagtg gggaatattg cacaatggac gaaagtctga tgcagccatg
361 ccgcgtgtgt gaagaaggcc ttcgggttgt aaagcacttt cagcgaggag gaaaggtcag
421 taagtaatat ttgctggctg tgacgttact cgcagaagaa gcaccggcta atttagtgcc
481 agcagccgcg gtaatactaa aggtgcaagc gttaatcgga attactgggc gtaaagcgcg
541 cgtaggtggt ttgttaagtt ggatgtgaaa gcccagggct caaccttgga actgcattca
601 aaactgactc actagagtac gagagaggtt agtggaattt cctgtgtagc ggtgaaatgc
661 gtagagatgg gaaggaacac cagtggcgaa ggcgactgac tggctcgata ctgacactga
721 ggtgcgaaag cgtggggagc aaacgggatt agataccccg gtagtccacg ccgtaaacga
781 tgtctactag ccgttggagg acttgatcct ttagtggcgc agctaacgcg ataagtagac
841 cgcctgggga gtacggtcgc aagattaaaa ctcaaatgaa ttgacggggg cccgcacaag
901 cggtggagca tgtggtttaa ttcgaagcaa cgcgaagaac cttacctact cttgacatcc
961 agtgaacttt tgagagatca attggtgcct tcgggaacac tgagacaggt gctgcatggc
1021 tgtcgtcagc tcgtgttgtg aaatgttggg ttaagtcccg taacgagcgc aacccttgtc
1081 cttagttacc atcattaagt tggggactct aaggagactg ccggtgacaa accggaggaa
1141 ggcggggacg acgtcaagtc atcatggccc ttacgagtag ggctacacac gtgctacaat
1201 ggcatgtaca aagggttgcc aagccgcgag gtggagctaa tcccataaag catgtcgtag
1261 tccggattgg agtctgcaac tcgactccat gaagtcggaa tcgctagtaa tcgtgaatca
1321 gaatgtcacg gtgaatacgt tcccgggcct tgtacacacc gcccgtcaca ccatgggagt
1381 gggttgctcc agaagtagat agcttaacct tcgggagggc gtttaccagg agtattc


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Postby maxblack » 20 Nov 2010, 09:16

This whole matter is obviously scientifically complicated, but it gets even more so when one begins to define, and I am saying we should address this small point because I have to ask you, at what point does a computer designed nano engineered bio organism become by definition a"Bio-weapon?" I believe this Gulf Blue Plague is a bio-weapon. Since the vaccine patent implies fore knowledge it appears that the initial purpose of use by BP was to increase oil flow. This was achieved, but if that process met with some ancient bio organisms and mutated then we still have to ponder why would they have a vaccine patent for a sickness that does not yet exist? Or did it exist and they knew about it and they designed it, played with it and in doing so, whatever final version they used, had the vaccine to counter the mutation process of being absorbed into other organisms.

If the original intention was to disperse a nano engineered synthetic to deal with the oil disaster then one has to ponder, why was it designed with an antibiotic resistance if not needed to do something by intention beyond the scope of eating oil? Once you settle on any answer, you are left realizing that much of the original intent, before the mutation into what is currently in the gulf was to use synthia to increase profits while covertly contaminating the food chain and the human population that sustains itself on that food source. It this is true then the mutation could be outside the ability of the vaccine developed to do anything. If they already know this, they might try to sell a vaccine they already know wont work. Then can then of course inject you with anything if they play out that deception on the public.

If my premise is sustainable, it makes the initial release of synthia in the gulf an "intentional" act to eventually contaminate sea and marine life while eventually endangering humans and their food sources with irreversible DNA contamination. The plankton and food chain is affected and the world is slowly becoming a victim to this same issue. The cholera outbreak in Haiti is a possible mutation of this same synthetic organism.

Anyway, to answer many of these questions will require us to think dark thoughts about dark actions that many do not want discussed or investigated. The media black out and the governmental complicity is aggravated by a complete lack of scientific and medical support. We must use where necessary the International community because at this point it affects us all. With no desire to discuss this issue or for the truth to be revealed, it is already apparent to me that this subject matter will be ignored as long as possible. Besides, who really could and would believe that the FDA, EPA, NOAA and even the Obama administration would all be holding hands singing the water is fine, come on down and eat the shrimp, its safe to eat.

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Post by Oiled in Florida

The RNA of the natural Antarctica bacteria was used to create a new synthetic genome for a new (and obviously unknown) artificial DNA species of oil-eating bacteria that reproduces at a higher rate and consumes hydrocarbons at a higher rate.

This is a lab created synthetic genome bacterium introduced into the Gulf of Mexico with what people keep wrongfully calling "Corexit". The ingredients of "Corexit" have three purposes:

1. Disperse crude oil into smaller particles.

2. Introduce custom computer designed synthetic genome bacterium to eat up the hydrocarbons (dispersed oil).

3. Add iron, copper, nickel, aluminum, manganese and other basic elements to feed or fertilize the artificial genome bacterium in order for it to reproduce faster.



I'd like to add a small contribution myself, regarding the nano aspect.

Specifically, a synthetic, that can metabolise particular oil components in to a synthetic gold nano form.
The gold nano is then ingested by a living creature, and is used (programmed) to 'unzip' DNA, allowing insertion, or removal of DNA components. Switching on and off.

When that creature is ingested by another, the chain continues.

Cells have been found to communicate via photonic transmission, even across distances, so simply standing outside would allow one to be exposed to anything being 'beamed' in to our biosphere.

Instructions? - for rewriting/reformatting?

Would take a few generations to show up.

I think Gulf Blue is unfortunately an overload of reformatting, like a super morgellons, and our fragile bodily systems simply can cope. It is all so concentrated in the GoM.



Apologies for the wall of text.

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Nalco, the producer of corexit, grew exponentially about a year prior to the DWH incident.

Nalco has had a presence in China since the early 1980s. On June 28, 1995, Nalco joined forces with a state-owned enterprise of the Peoples Republic of China.

Nalco China is a wholly-owned operation with two main manufacturing facilities. Their original plant is located in the city of Suzhou. The 15,855 square meter space is home to offices, a production plant, warehouses, and a research and design center. The new research center in Suzhou provides technical support throughout Northern Asia. This center is developing additional capabilities in membranes, mining and petroleum refining and processing.

Much of the corexit used and continuing to be used underwater at the Macondo site comes from China and India.

China holds more patents than any other country on modified natural oil eating bacterias, and synthetics than even the US. And has field tested more as well.

Could the programming of synthetics and how they could be activated beyond their known capabilities be a reason why the OP of this thread sees them as a threat?

NG80-2

Wondering also if the US to India delegation during the crisis had more to do with genomics and Indian/Nalco interests.

The indian's had a super-synthetic that claims to continue eating oil until none exists. Is this possibly what was placed and encouraged in the corexit used on the fisher? The combination of water ingress and oil consuming synthetics may have found its way up to Assumption Parish, and is about to meet a schmorgasbord with all the fracked land, reserves etc through Louisiana and beyond.
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