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Had to share this here. It's an interview with a Russian couple. They are unable to consume food. They can only consume radioactive chemicals and they are basically....X-Men! What's interesting is how they talk about how radioactive isotopes affect consciousness!

Happy 2013 to All! (Krispy, I answered you email. :o))


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Cant remember if Duncan said Swerdlow was one of the good guys or the bad guys?

Interesting vid. Do you believe them Unit3? I'm a bit skeptical, but the only way you could know for sure is to follow them around and watch them!!

Was just re-reading all your posts in the last few pages. Good ideas in there. Happy New Year btw!

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Cant remember if Duncan said Swerdlow was one of the good guys or the bad guys?

Interesting vid. Do you believe them Unit3? I'm a bit skeptical, but the only way you could know for sure is to follow them around and watch them!!

Was just re-reading all your posts in the last few pages. Good ideas in there. Happy New Year btw!
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I friended the couple on FB. They are very sweet and loving. The energy feels really good.

I started a thread because I found out they will be interviewed tomorrow. Also, I have a friend that has friends in Moscow and he is going to ask then to check it out.

Thanks for enjoying my ideas, heh!

Here's the thread and there is information on their live interview tomorrow:

Thread: Irradia: Russian couple consume radioactive chemicals: HOAX details
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TY! - always hard to know what's what these days!

Plenty of folk cant eat dairy, meat, or even eat via. their mouth and gut these days, so why not.
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I noticed I can read on 'the place that shall not be named' - but cant log on. Drama queen was the apparent reason. LOL
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Me? ...lol...
What drama did I ignite over there? What was discussed?
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Nah, nothing to do with you K. You dont have the exclusive rights to 'drama queen' . My eldest daughter does.. LOL!!

It was their automated response to my log in. i.e. you cant get on because you are a drama queen.

These people really need to be looking in to a mirror when they write this stuff!

Anyway, was worth a visit. Not a lot new going on there, which was a bit surprising? Just tidying up what has been around for ages.

As Cap'n Chaos pointed out, a few name changes and swapping of hats it would seem. They would seem to have a mission to link a few sites and ideas to create a bigger, stronger picture. An Octopus indeed.

Good luck to them. hf

I couldnt post it there, but I can here - "Happy New Year to the folks on Ch an I".
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Krispness, this be the message -

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- and one must ask.... why?

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I noticed I can read on 'the place that shall not be named' - but cant log on. Drama queen was the apparent reason. LOL
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All the forums have been hacked openly recently. Admins are tight lipped but several sites reported people had logged in that were not the members and details had been changed.

The place that shall not be named is a growing list here. The loonies all had to change their passwords as the software was upgraded to the latest version.

I have seen cross linking and exchange of IP numbers at less reputable places that this, sort of seedy tavern's with sticky tables. Seems a couple of rogue Moderators are being blamed, I don't believe that for a minute, looks like the work of an Octopus to me.
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Most likely an Octopus. Things are getting hairy for US. Hoaxed sho otings, mass inconsistencies in main media reporting, strangeness amongst politicians, threats of control of gunz and I, likely one of many, have been under bain again for the past 3 or 4 days. Clueless why. Reports that the other site has been over taken.
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I noticed I can read on 'the place that shall not be named' - but cant log on. Drama queen was the apparent reason. LOL
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All the forums have been hacked openly recently. Admins are tight lipped but several sites reported people had logged in that were not the members and details had been changed.

The place that shall not be named is a growing list here. The loonies all had to change their passwords as the software was upgraded to the latest version.

I have seen cross linking and exchange of IP numbers at less reputable places that this, sort of seedy tavern's with sticky tables. Seems a couple of rogue Moderators are being blamed, I don't believe that for a minute, looks like the work of an Octopus to me.
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Most likely an Octopus. Things are getting hairy for US. Hoaxed sho otings, mass inconsistencies in main media reporting, strangeness amongst politicians, threats of control of gunz and I, likely one of many, have been under bain again for the past 3 or 4 days. Clueless why. Reports that the other site has been over taken.
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Sooo... by being banned there, one is being protected?

Oh, how nice of them.. hf

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This is interesting from J. Lear.

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John, on the bezerk thread, we're entertaining an idea about underground submarine caverns. I've heard of them before and I think you've mentioned it here once or twice about a pay slip of something referring to a sub base at A51 or similar.
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Don’t remember the payslip. They are not caverns. The western half of the U.S. sits on a plate.


The idea we are floating revolves around creation of these caverns. I've been mentioning how oil 'reserves' are created and maintained, by dissolving and clearing large salt domes, clearing the brine, whilst filling with particular hydrocarbons. The measured brine output then determines the reserve capacity. Laughed at by 'experts' here and elsewhere, now confirmed as industry practice with the admission of reserves all over the US, most notably the butane and oil reserves at Assumtion Parish around the sink hole, that use cleared salt domes.

We're linking the deep water horizon BP incident in 2010 to what is going down (litterally) at the sink hole at Assumption.

The bezerk thread made mention of subs, and I used the information you gave me regarding D.D coatings to good use in explaining sub movements. But some still didnt make sense.
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Too bad.


A tunnel system does make sense. Travelling 'through' the US allows certain 'timings' to make sense.
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Not a tunnel. It’s a plate.

So, question is, do you know of any means of creating these tunnels? Are they man made?, Naturally occuring, or a combo, i.e. a dissolved salt cavern.
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There are many tunnels, man made and natural. Some were created millions of years ago by earths previous inhabitants. We just reactivated them.

Those questioning the dissolved salt dome/vein/cavern/pillow bear in mind these things are miles across and deep, and connected.

Indeed a cross sectional view of the GoM, from deep water up and through Louisianna shows a number of connected salt veins, with only the domes popping up to the surface. Easy to fit a wee sub inside.
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Navy disinfo.
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Interesting perspectives. If half the US sits on a giant plate, with ocean below it? then what the heck are they doing fracking for!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I like the idea of using caverns created by ancients.

BTW, Lear was the guy who mentioned the D.D coatings on the subs.

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Also, this morning, a side from missing Aco' in chat, I caught up with a Dutchie, Grumpy, who had some interesting info on 'less than absolute zero temps'.

The conversation ended up talking about reverse energy, and how that might work.

rEMP came up, from me, and twisted his brain, but he seems like a knowledgable fella with a good science back ground. If you see him there, have a chat about it.

Something else caught my ear during the discussion too, regarding the Astute, and how it was possibly drained. The salty water is the best guess, for absorbing the energy. Perceptor and Krispy have covered the salt conductivity aspect enough for that to click in me noggin.

But as a closed system, designed not to let anything in and out, very few 'cracks' remain to allow entry/exit. Subs are designed to be protected from an emp burst too.

The D.D coating is powered from within the sub, there fore can be used to drain electrical power. I gues the way to stop it would be to physically cut any connection.

The prop' shaft is the only other way in when sealed. Remember that only polar vessels were used initially to explore the areas where the organism came to the surface? Soemthing to do with the prop shafts and bearings and seals used?

I dont recal the mention of jelly fish at the time of the Astute incident, although mass jelly swarms did occur later at various Scottish and British nuclear installations after the fact. Still hungry maybe?

Anyway, quite fascinating and coincidental that this popped up.

Oh, the dissipation of energy in to the surrounding sea water, which if laden with corexit, they type with additional iron content, might then be the reasoning for the magnetised water comment.

The flip side to this, is that a D.D coated vessel, which would make it a US, or UK ship, apparently gets so charged up after a long use of the technology, it requires degaussing. The norm is to run a looped chain around and across the full length of the vesel, anchored to an earthing point.

In the case of the ship mentioned in Aco's story, the fact that the water was so rich in iron may have meant that the ships litterally degaussed themselves in the iron rich water, creating magnetic water.

Been a good morning!
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A couple points: Didn't the South African vessel have the coating and also could dive deeper, faster and stay down longer than any of the others? There was discussion that the SA vessel may have been built by the US.

Rather than degaussing ships in iron rich water, perhaps the internal systems now include electrolysis which is incorporated into the vessel's power system. Wiki: "... in the electrolysis of brine to produce hydrogen and chlorine, the products are gaseous."

A number of these self-sustaining systems have been developed for commercial proposes, primarily using fresh water as a source for hydrogen generators. The French island of Corsica has such a unit at one of the towns.

Don't know anything about the engineering, so OK to shoot me down on the comment.
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TY! - always hard to know what's what these days!

Plenty of folk cant eat dairy, meat, or even eat via. their mouth and gut these days, so why not.
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I've been reading for years about other species mutating and living in radioactive environments so I think there is a possibility humans will at some point.

I'll watch them as close as I can but I want to keep an open mind too. What they said about consciousness and their abilities really drew me in. It seemed real to me. idunno
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I noticed I can read on 'the place that shall not be named' - but cant log on. Drama queen was the apparent reason. LOL
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All the forums have been hacked openly recently. Admins are tight lipped but several sites reported people had logged in that were not the members and details had been changed.

The place that shall not be named is a growing list here. The loonies all had to change their passwords as the software was upgraded to the latest version.

I have seen cross linking and exchange of IP numbers at less reputable places that this, sort of seedy tavern's with sticky tables. Seems a couple of rogue Moderators are being blamed, I don't believe that for a minute, looks like the work of an Octopus to me.
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Most likely an Octopus. Things are getting hairy for US. Hoaxed sho otings, mass inconsistencies in main media reporting, strangeness amongst politicians, threats of control of gunz and I, likely one of many, have been under bain again for the past 3 or 4 days. Clueless why. Reports that the other site has been over taken.
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Sooo... by being banned there, one is being protected?

Oh, how nice of them.. hf
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Another example of tails-they-lose, heads-we-win! Too many of us, too few of them. Can't take away the communication technology or they cannot get hands on our earnings, ideas and creativity. If they leave the communications in place, we connect and they have to constantly reprogram.

BHD, more likely that you're intuitive about the manipulations and they find your postings not in their best interest.
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Thanks, but I think the 'actual' drama queen over there is the root cause of many bannings and upsets from that site.

Plenty of good folks contributed in the early stages of building that site, and paid for that 'privelage' only to be deemed threats for what ever reason.
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A couple points: Didn't the South African vessel have the coating and also could dive deeper, faster and stay down longer than any of the others? There was discussion that the SA vessel may have been built by the US.

Rather than degaussing ships in iron rich water, perhaps the internal systems now include electrolysis which is incorporated into the vessel's power system. Wiki: "... in the electrolysis of brine to produce hydrogen and chlorine, the products are gaseous."

A number of these self-sustaining systems have been developed for commercial proposes, primarily using fresh water as a source for hydrogen generators. The French island of Corsica has such a unit at one of the towns.

Don't know anything about the engineering, so OK to shoot me down on the comment.
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Going off what Lear said about the coatings, which were apparently produced in micro gravity in space, the US and UK were the only militaries that had access to it.

No way to prove Aco' or Lear's account really.

When countries sell off military vehicles, do they take off any tech' that might be classified still? I dont know if they would leave on something that significant?

The iron rich water only tied in to the corexit spraying for me, which is why I pounced on it! Like a few here, I'm pretty sure the time frame for the DWH disaster was much, much sooner, out by as much as 6 months. That is a lot of time to pump corexit below the surface, and spray the top to a level where it was noticable.

** Reminds me to see if any algal blooms were detected at the end of 2009 and early 2010. Been meaning to do that for two years now!!! LOL
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TY! - always hard to know what's what these days!

Plenty of folk cant eat dairy, meat, or even eat via. their mouth and gut these days, so why not.
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I've been reading for years about other species mutating and living in radioactive environments so I think there is a possibility humans will at some point.

I'll watch them as close as I can but I want to keep an open mind too. What they said about consciousness and their abilities really drew me in. It seemed real to me. idunno
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Did you see the question about what defines a human? Like, when do you stop being one through mutation.

If, like the planet, we're being terraformed/mutated, then what will we be regarded as by the next gen?

We might consider them alien... which turns the original story on it's head!

In fact, the radiation thingy... maybe all these occurances are deliberate, and done to harbour these next gen Humans? That's an interesting thought eh? Fukushima as a haven...

The terraforming already begun?


SQ saw the same glowing white line in the GoM in the Kara Sea late last year, which also has major radiation issues, due to the nuclear graveyard of Soviet vessels scuttled there.

Either augie is on the move, or it's a different thing responding to, or place there to stop 'something'.

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I noticed I can read on 'the place that shall not be named' - but cant log on. Drama queen was the apparent reason. LOL
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Me? ...lol...
What drama did I ignite over there? What was discussed?
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Nah, nothing to do with you K. You dont have the exclusive rights to 'drama queen' . My eldest daughter does.. LOL!!

It was their automated response to my log in. i.e. you cant get on because you are a drama queen.

These people really need to be looking in to a mirror when they write this stuff!

Anyway, was worth a visit. Not a lot new going on there, which was a bit surprising? Just tidying up what has been around for ages.

As Cap'n Chaos pointed out, a few name changes and swapping of hats it would seem. They would seem to have a mission to link a few sites and ideas to create a bigger, stronger picture. An Octopus indeed.

Good luck to them. hf

I couldnt post it there, but I can here - "Happy New Year to the folks on Ch an I".
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Krispness, this be the message -

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- and one must ask.... why?
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Yes. I did remember it when you referred to it in your other post. Tnx!


Also thanks for the post about the caverns. Yes, the existence of those ancient caverns and tunnels was talked about earlier. I knew they exist.

I still believe that new tunnels are made, and that saltdomes and salt strata are dissolved by it sooner or later.

Interesting things on the degauging of the subs and the magnetized water. That is about how I felt about it too.


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Will be very very buzzy the next 2 days. I will answer with pleasure after that. Nice to be in touch.


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A couple points: Didn't the South African vessel have the coating and also could dive deeper, faster and stay down longer than any of the others? There was discussion that the SA vessel may have been built by the US.

Rather than degaussing ships in iron rich water, perhaps the internal systems now include electrolysis which is incorporated into the vessel's power system. Wiki: "... in the electrolysis of brine to produce hydrogen and chlorine, the products are gaseous."

A number of these self-sustaining systems have been developed for commercial proposes, primarily using fresh water as a source for hydrogen generators. The French island of Corsica has such a unit at one of the towns.

Don't know anything about the engineering, so OK to shoot me down on the comment.
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Going off what Lear said about the coatings, which were apparently produced in micro gravity in space, the US and UK were the only militaries that had access to it.

No way to prove Aco' or Lear's account really.

When countries sell off military vehicles, do they take off any tech' that might be classified still? I dont know if they would leave on something that significant?

The iron rich water only tied in to the corexit spraying for me, which is why I pounced on it! Like a few here, I'm pretty sure the time frame for the DWH disaster was much, much sooner, out by as much as 6 months. That is a lot of time to pump corexit below the surface, and spray the top to a level where it was noticable.

** Reminds me to see if any algal blooms were detected at the end of 2009 and early 2010. Been meaning to do that for two years now!!! LOL
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A couple points: Didn't the South African vessel have the coating and also could dive deeper, faster and stay down longer than any of the others? There was discussion that the SA vessel may have been built by the US.

Rather than degaussing ships in iron rich water, perhaps the internal systems now include electrolysis which is incorporated into the vessel's power system. Wiki: "... in the electrolysis of brine to produce hydrogen and chlorine, the products are gaseous."

A number of these self-sustaining systems have been developed for commercial proposes, primarily using fresh water as a source for hydrogen generators. The French island of Corsica has such a unit at one of the towns.

Don't know anything about the engineering, so OK to shoot me down on the comment.
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Going off what Lear said about the coatings, which were apparently produced in micro gravity in space, the US and UK were the only militaries that had access to it.

No way to prove Aco' or Lear's account really.

When countries sell off military vehicles, do they take off any tech' that might be classified still?
I dont know if they would leave on something that significant?

The iron rich water only tied in to the corexit spraying for me, which is why I pounced on it! Like a few here, I'm pretty sure the time frame for the DWH disaster was much, much sooner, out by as much as 6 months. That is a lot of time to pump corexit below the surface, and spray the top to a level where it was noticable.

** Reminds me to see if any algal blooms were detected at the end of 2009 and early 2010. Been meaning to do that for two years now!!! LOL
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Try again, Hell Yes. Nothing significant is supposed to be left on however I have hear a few stories about helicopters and missile tubes but nothing truly cutting edge. That is why the Russians were so happy to capture US Military vehicles after the attack on South Ossetia [along with some of the US "advisors" with the Georgians] They said they had been trying to obtain that communication gear through espionage for over ten years and thanked the Americans for backing the Georgians who ran away without destroying the vehicles as per the manual.

I have been talking to some former US Air-force pilots recently, they have been telling me about the tech that was in their helmets 10 years ago, just think what you needed and it activated and pulled up what you wanted with a little training and profiling of your brainwaves. Ten years ago and they said it was already "old".

If Gravity is just an EM effect like I think it is you could generate artificial gravity easily and we would have been doing so since the 60's, they took everything Telsa had and put every top Black Project scientist that could find on the notes and apparatus to work out what he knew. Tesla died in 1943.
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I remember in university, one of my fill in prof's gave us a brief for a space elevator.

Most of us were blown away, some didnt get what it was about, others thought the idea stupid and waste of our time.

Your's truly relished in the opportunity and presented 3 distinct concepts.

The prof' was a known heavy drinker, with a thick South African accent, and was scoffed at by the uni' and most of the other lecturers.

He told me so many stories of his past work places, including Livermore, and always went on about gravity being an EM force, and how surprising it was that none in the class even thought of that.

I think at the time, I found this magazine called Nexus mag, at his suggestion, and I've been hooked ever since.

Cant for the life of me remember or find his name on the uni register. Most of the people I went through with also dont recall his name.

Pity.
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Very interesting idea, BHD!

Sounds like a reinvention of what happened in Atlantis ~ before it finally sank without a trace according to published intuited information (Hugh Randall-Stevens).

Apparently there were huge doors at the foot of the mountain where once through, one then "elevated" some 100 odd feet upwards, to The Cathedral of The Heights.

Apparently this was possible as it was before humans were incarnated in physical bodies of flesh.

In which case, who built the crystal Pyramid, now sunk beneath the Bermuda Triangle?
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I remember in university, one of my fill in prof's gave us a brief for a space elevator.

Most of us were blown away, some didnt get what it was about, others thought the idea stupid and waste of our time.

Your's truly relished in the opportunity and presented 3 distinct concepts.

The prof' was a known heavy drinker, with a thick South African accent, and was scoffed at by the uni' and most of the other lecturers.

He told me so many stories of his past work places, including Livermore, and always went on about gravity being an EM force, and how surprising it was that none in the class even thought of that.

I think at the time, I found this magazine called Nexus mag, at his suggestion, and I've been hooked ever since.

Cant for the life of me remember or find his name on the uni register. Most of the people I went through with also dont recall his name.

Pity.
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Sounds like my British accented friend Bob. He lends me amazing text books with lots of tesla stuff, some hard to find as well as text book and engineering manuals from 1860 to 1950 of so. Put me onto lots of free energy concepts and he worked on a few alternative electricity generators that still work well to this day.

A man of mystery, well educated and not indoctrinated knowledgable about many things and not someone who ever goes on the Internet, I never asked why exactly.

The Book on RADAR written in 1952, written by the guy who ran the RADAR in the UK for most of WWII, he clearly states the RADAR waves travel in the aether as if it is not a big deal and a given. Aether had been officially disproved in 1888, but he talked as if everyone knew. That is when I realized there are two sciences one for the plebs and one for the privileged, those in the know. Lots of things are left out in our educations.

I think Tesla was screwing around with reality when he accidentally discovered or invented Radio. The patent eventually awarded is for a 4 oscillator system. One oscillation at a standard rate, the base line for the others and the other three acting like those over lapping vibrations that create more virtual vibrations. He just played with them and changed their frequencies to see what would happen. At the end of his life that is all he was doing, generating lots of the right EM vibrations to try and create almost any effect, high frequency DC and the effects that could be produced by overlapping with different frequencies of EM waves.
One of the great CT legends is him and Einstein were working on the Philadelphia experiment during WWII, Tesla died before the end, and they took all his stuff.
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I remember in university, one of my fill in prof's gave us a brief for a space elevator.

Most of us were blown away, some didnt get what it was about, others thought the idea stupid and waste of our time.

Your's truly relished in the opportunity and presented 3 distinct concepts.

The prof' was a known heavy drinker, with a thick South African accent, and was scoffed at by the uni' and most of the other lecturers.

He told me so many stories of his past work places, including Livermore, and always went on about gravity being an EM force, and how surprising it was that none in the class even thought of that.

I think at the time, I found this magazine called Nexus mag, at his suggestion, and I've been hooked ever since.

Cant for the life of me remember or find his name on the uni register. Most of the people I went through with also dont recall his name.

Pity.
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You just screwed the avatar.
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TY! - always hard to know what's what these days!

Plenty of folk cant eat dairy, meat, or even eat via. their mouth and gut these days, so why not.
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I've been reading for years about other species mutating and living in radioactive environments so I think there is a possibility humans will at some point.

I'll watch them as close as I can but I want to keep an open mind too. What they said about consciousness and their abilities really drew me in. It seemed real to me. idunno
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Did you see the question about what defines a human? Like, when do you stop being one through mutation.

If, like the planet, we're being terraformed/mutated, then what will we be regarded as by the next gen?

We might consider them alien... which turns the original story on it's head!

In fact, the radiation thingy... maybe all these occurances are deliberate, and done to harbour these next gen Humans? That's an interesting thought eh? Fukushima as a haven...

The terraforming already begun?


SQ saw the same glowing white line in the GoM in the Kara Sea late last year, which also has major radiation issues, due to the nuclear graveyard of Soviet vessels scuttled there.

Either augie is on the move, or it's a different thing responding to, or place there to stop 'something'.
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Unless we're all becoming alien, heh! After all, we're only 10% human cells (and the rest symbiotic bacteria) right now.

I think it would be cool if they ended up working for TEPCO, LOL! They would be right at home at Fukushima.

I don't know who SQ is, but that is VERY interesting. Thanks.
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Me? ...lol...
What drama did I ignite over there? What was discussed?
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Nah, nothing to do with you K. You dont have the exclusive rights to 'drama queen' . My eldest daughter does.. LOL!!

It was their automated response to my log in. i.e. you cant get on because you are a drama queen.

These people really need to be looking in to a mirror when they write this stuff!

Anyway, was worth a visit. Not a lot new going on there, which was a bit surprising? Just tidying up what has been around for ages.

As Cap'n Chaos pointed out, a few name changes and swapping of hats it would seem. They would seem to have a mission to link a few sites and ideas to create a bigger, stronger picture. An Octopus indeed.

Good luck to them. hf

I couldnt post it there, but I can here - "Happy New Year to the folks on Ch an I".
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Krispness, this be the message -

Sorry Guest, you are banned from using this forum!
Drama Queen
This ban is not set to expire




- and one must ask.... why?
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Yes. I did remember it when you referred to it in your other post. Tnx!


Also thanks for the post about the caverns. Yes, the existence of those ancient caverns and tunnels was talked about earlier. I knew they exist.

I still believe that new tunnels are made, and that saltdomes and salt strata are dissolved by it sooner or later.

Interesting things on the degauging of the subs and the magnetized water. That is about how I felt about it too.


@ Unit3
Will be very very buzzy the next 2 days. I will answer with pleasure after that. Nice to be in touch.


Xxxk
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Nice. Thanks, I look forward to hearing from you. ;o)
hf
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I remember in university, one of my fill in prof's gave us a brief for a space elevator.

Most of us were blown away, some didnt get what it was about, others thought the idea stupid and waste of our time.

Your's truly relished in the opportunity and presented 3 distinct concepts.

The prof' was a known heavy drinker, with a thick South African accent, and was scoffed at by the uni' and most of the other lecturers.

He told me so many stories of his past work places, including Livermore, and always went on about gravity being an EM force, and how surprising it was that none in the class even thought of that.

I think at the time, I found this magazine called Nexus mag, at his suggestion, and I've been hooked ever since.

Cant for the life of me remember or find his name on the uni register. Most of the people I went through with also dont recall his name.

Pity.
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You just screwed the avatar.
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How so? Most people here, know I'm a designer, or have I interpreted you wrong?

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Is this DHLOS?

EDIT - answers own post... no, it's not dhlos.

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/snips/

I remember in university, one of my fill in prof's gave us a brief for a space elevator.

Most of us were blown away, some didnt get what it was about, others thought the idea stupid and waste of our time.

Your's truly relished in the opportunity and presented 3 distinct concepts.

The prof' was a known heavy drinker, with a thick South African accent, and was scoffed at by the uni' and most of the other lecturers.

He told me so many stories of his past work places, including Livermore, and always went on about gravity being an EM force, and how surprising it was that none in the class even thought of that.

I think at the time, I found this magazine called Nexus mag, at his suggestion, and I've been hooked ever since.

Cant for the life of me remember or find his name on the uni register. Most of the people I went through with also dont recall his name.

Pity.
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You just screwed the avatar.
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How so? Most people here, know I'm a designer, or have I interpreted you wrong?
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What kind of designer?

Here's a quote from the wife of the radiation couple from Russia and it's about the frequencies right now. (I got this from her facebook page) (ty BHD)

"I understand and I know exactly which kinds of frequencies to say you and Iron Prando.
These frequencies are now beginning to hear a lot of people. Is the frequency of the Earth, which are in resonance with the frequency of the noise. These frequencies are able to listen to those who gradually begins to awaken consciousness. This is characteristic of a new era, a new period - the transition point. These frequencies are now reaching their peak sound. They are many who hear.
These sound frequencies are the result of the resonance of rocks of the planet earth with streams of cosmic radiation, which penetrates rapidly to earth, bombarding all living and non-living, as well as reflecting and resonating with the core of the Earth and some crystal structures of minerals that lie deep within the Earth.
…Change in the Earth's magnetosphere, the pole shift and change in pulse rate the Earth's core ...

I also hear these frequencies. But, they are very soft and do not cause me any trouble.
I told you about a completely different frequency - artificial man-frequency military signals, codes ... All of this - a complete madhouse! I want to share information that comes to me the enormous flow to the head - but I cannot! The result is that the information is collected, and the output it is not! It's driving me crazy! * CRAZY *"

Edit: Btw, here's the link to their blog in case anyone is interested:

[link to anguage-encryption.blogspot.pt]

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These frequencies are now beginning to hear a lot of people. Is the frequency of the Earth, which are in resonance with the frequency of the noise. These frequencies are able to listen to those who gradually begins to awaken consciousness. This is characteristic of a new era, a new period - the transition point. These frequencies are now reaching their peak sound. They are many who hear.

These sound frequencies are the result of the resonance of rocks of the planet earth with streams of cosmic radiation, which penetrates rapidly to earth, bombarding all living and non-living, as well as reflecting and resonating with the core of the Earth and some crystal structures of minerals that lie deep within the Earth.
…Change in the Earth's magnetosphere, the pole shift and change in pulse rate the Earth's core ...

I also hear these frequencies. But, they are very soft and do not cause me any trouble.

I told you about a completely different frequency - artificial man-frequency military signals, codes ...

Edit: Btw, here's the link to their blog in case anyone is interested:

[link to anguage-encryption.blogspot.pt]
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That's so cool. MzK will love it.
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Industrial designer Unit3, with some engineeering thrown in for good measure, and I dabble with graphics.

So fricken hot here in Sydney today 42C (104F?) and predicted to be 108 in a couple of days!!!!

Needless to say a total fire ban...
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Industrial designer Unit3, with some engineeering thrown in for good measure, and I dabble with graphics.

So fricken hot here in Sydney today 42C (104F?) and predicted to be 108 in a couple of days!!!!

Needless to say a total fire ban...
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Hope they don't ban drinking cold beer... hang in there BHD!

cheers

edit to insert a link with bushfire map
Thread: Current Australian fire map: 2nd highest temperatures East coast on record

You'd better get a bathtub full of beer too... hiding

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You just live in the wrong hemisphere BHD. Temps here are slightly above freezing.
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You just screwed the avatar.
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How so? Most people here, know I'm a designer, or have I interpreted you wrong?
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Designer or not, you do know that screwing your avatar is a sin, don't you?

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