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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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Thread: BREAKING!!! Mystery 'oil sheen' grows near site of BP Gulf disaster, says researcher!!! NBC News, 1/31/13!!
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Thanks Isis.

Hey.. anyone else noticing how slooooowww the CT scene is of late? I mean even the doomers arent dooming.

What's up do you think? Not getting our usual prod from the folks who drop crumbs or start fights?

I wonder what that means in terms of where they're now turning their efforts?

Getting the notes together, and swapping key points for a big release?

Maybe it's just holiday time for them. chuckle
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Oh thanks goodness for Isis and DMG!!

These articles have been persistant DMG, and I notice that the writers, usually affiliated with an activist group, have been VERY careful not to sensationalise, whilst keeping a little pressure on the situation.

BP, in particular would have whole teams of 'spinners' and legals at the ready to discredit, threaten and re-write these articles.

The language used in the one above has some gems however -

"A study published in August 2012 found that dispersants used during the spill response may have damaged the microoganisms at the bottom of the food chain, which would have dire implications for fish and larger sea animals".
[critical to me, is that ALL competitors to Venter's artificial life forms were removed. Leaving only Venter's crap, and what ever AUgie could manage to connect with. They really isolated the organism. We never noticed that aspect before]

"I guess the Gulf of Mexico in these parts is a stinky, dead desert for its previous visitors," Shumaker said in an email to NBC News.

"The concern, he noted, is trying to sort out its source. "The chemical data are a bit ambiguous." Some analyses he’s seen suggest the presence of drilling fluid, which is consistent with what Shumaker has heard. But other analyses, from other sources that he said he’s privy to, find no drilling fluid.

In that case, it’s possible that the wreckage in 2010 somehow opened up a new fault on the seafloor. That possibility is inconsistent with BP’s findings, but would nevertheless indicate potential for an indefinite release of oil".

"Images from Shumaker’s flights also indicate the presence of a new drilling platform in the vicinity of the Deepwater Horizon incident and these fresh oil sheens".

"According to Shumaker, scientists who have sampled the sheen on several occasions 'have consistently found the presence of alpha olefiens, which is a chemical bond signature of a man-made chemical you would not find in pure crude form'."

Shumaker first noticed the sheen in September 2012, when it was also reported by BP to the National Response Center, the point of contact for all oil spills and other discharges into the environment. Since then, BP has inspected the well site four times with underwater robots and found it secure.
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The company "also capped and plugged an abandoned piece of subsea equipment known as a cofferdam that was identified as a potential source of the sheen," reads a statement BP provided to NBC News via email on Wednesday.

The cofferdam is the 40-foot-tall, 86-ton steel containment dome that was used in the early stages of the response in an attempt to trap the leaking oil and funnel it to the surface.





One thing that always niggles me is that the ocean is not a stagnent, stationary body of water.

It is dynamic, and has multiple layers moving in multiple directions.

So, for them to state that the slick is above the area of the old rig is a bit of a stretch. Dont get me wrong, I am on their side with this, but it doesnt take a lot of oil to create a mile long slick, only microns thick.

Of more interest to me is the chemical make up.

Also, we never entertained the idea that the cofferdam may have been a submersible base of operations. Forty feet high, 16 feet wide.... 86 tonnes....

And, finally, a semi mainstream meadia outlet has written about the prospect of BP cracking the ocean floor, irreperably.

That's a huge step forward.

The sheer fact of how isolated, and isolating, and CONTROLLED the environment down there is was never really touched on by us. Killing off all other life down there so that only Venter's artifical life, and AUgie's attempts to morph were left to observe. Maybe, as I mentioned in an earlier post, they were trying to force AUgie to interact with the 'stripped down' blank artificial life forms, in hopes of creating an interface.

Another key element that we went quiet on was the astronaut training off the Florida coast. We now know and are comfortable with undersea tunnels, both man made and natural.

Interaction with the organism, at a direct contact level is lethal it seems (french sailors) so a launching platform, under the ocean, legitimatey ferrying people below, then transporting via submarine, or submarine caverns to the Macondo site isnt unfeasible.

Using the well cap as a base of op's is an interesting thought.

That would mean they've had over two years of uninterupted observation and experimentation.

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Thanks Isis.

Hey.. anyone else noticing how slooooowww the CT scene is of late? I mean even the doomers arent dooming.

What's up do you think? Not getting our usual prod from the folks who drop crumbs or start fights?

I wonder what that means in terms of where they're now turning their efforts?

Getting the notes together, and swapping key points for a big release?

Maybe it's just holiday time for them. chuckle
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So as not to lose face, eh?
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Did any of you notice this thread?

Thread: NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE "ASSUMPTIONS"

If so, what did you think? I read a bit of the first "don't make Assumptions", but haven't read the whole 200+ pages.

I can barely read about the bayou... lots of people I care deeply about live there that won't consider leaving. They believe the ones playing this down... that, and the difficulties of moving, make for a non-discussable topic.

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Thanks Isis.

Hey.. anyone else noticing how slooooowww the CT scene is of late? I mean even the doomers arent dooming.

What's up do you think? Not getting our usual prod from the folks who drop crumbs or start fights?

I wonder what that means in terms of where they're now turning their efforts?

Getting the notes together, and swapping key points for a big release?

Maybe it's just holiday time for them. chuckle
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calm before the storm, is it?

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Why the hell is this thread still active.

Maybe this really is a PSYOP site.
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Did any of you notice this thread?

Thread: NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE "ASSUMPTIONS"

If so, what did you think? I read a bit of the first "don't make Assumptions", but haven't read the whole 200+ pages.

I can barely read about the bayou... lots of people I care deeply about live there that won't consider leaving. They believe the ones playing this down... that, and the difficulties of moving, make for a non-discussable topic.

tissue
 Quoting: SouthernLight


I've found an interesting bit there:
SSE y/tr544 the tr544 is a RAND paper:
[link to www.rand.org]
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Well that explains it then.

HOW GLOBAL COLLAPSE WILL BE SOLD TO THE MASSES

[link to www.alt-market.com]
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The article at alt-market.com has been a real eye-opener for me personally...
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Did any of you notice this thread?

Thread: NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE "ASSUMPTIONS"

If so, what did you think? I read a bit of the first "don't make Assumptions", but haven't read the whole 200+ pages.

I can barely read about the bayou... lots of people I care deeply about live there that won't consider leaving. They believe the ones playing this down... that, and the difficulties of moving, make for a non-discussable topic.

tissue
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I posted a bit on it Southern' and the poeple there are very passionate about it. Some see the bigger picture, and the link between the Napoleon dome and the Macondo dome, and all the salt structures in between.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Hi mate.

If you recall, a few of us had our computers "crapped on" a year or so back.....
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UPDATE:

Morning, friends.

Video: Giant sinkhole’s ‘containment system’ could encompass 70 acres

[link to enenews.com]

Jan. 31 flyover of giant sinkhole — Shows new road/containment berm to south (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]

New Photos:

[link to lasinkhole.wordpress.com]
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Did any of you notice this thread?

Thread: NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE "ASSUMPTIONS"

If so, what did you think? I read a bit of the first "don't make Assumptions", but haven't read the whole 200+ pages.

I can barely read about the bayou... lots of people I care deeply about live there that won't consider leaving. They believe the ones playing this down... that, and the difficulties of moving, make for a non-discussable topic.

tissue
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Oh Honey, I'm right there with you. All of my family, except one sister and my boys, live in that area, and will not budge. It's like watching a train wreck - I have to check on the sinkhole every day. So sad.
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Did any of you notice this thread?

Thread: NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE "ASSUMPTIONS"

If so, what did you think? I read a bit of the first "don't make Assumptions", but haven't read the whole 200+ pages.

I can barely read about the bayou... lots of people I care deeply about live there that won't consider leaving. They believe the ones playing this down... that, and the difficulties of moving, make for a non-discussable topic.

tissue
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Oh Honey, I'm right there with you. All of my family, except one sister and my boys, live in that area, and will not budge. It's like watching a train wreck - I have to check on the sinkhole every day. So sad.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 6581438


Hi Tutes. Just like the other Gulf states, with folks who were effected by the original spill, the surface waste, the chemical dispersants, the on going disaster, less visible to the eye is starting to perolate to the surface.

I know you see the connection between what is happening in the bayou's, especially at Assumption Parish, and the Napoleon dome, to the original event that started this thread.

That almost three years later, we are seeing the same oil finger print at the Napoleon dome, in the sink hole, which is a pin prick, compared to the dome itself.

If said dome does degenerate, and collapse, or subside majorly, then all that stored oil (read reserves) and butane, and radioactive slurrey from fracking goes 'somewhere'.

Least path of resistance would likely be all the aquifers in the area, which are also nipping at the heals of the dome already.

Drinking water, aquatic life, agriculture, industry all feed off the aquifers, which go all the ways in to Texas.

Most of us, through constant indoctrination by the majik black box, have come to expect instant doom, and when it isnt instant, well... then it must be BS.



Not saying the situation is funny, by any means, but this pretty much sums up what has been going down, and is yet to go down. Slow doom, via Earth changes, or unfortunately internal slow doom via sickness and poisoning.

Talking to an anon' the other day who has followed this from day one, he postulated that if the organism is here in the sense of a repair mechanism, drawn in because of the monumental deliberate actions of BP and friends, then if people in the region were 'infected' then maybe they would form the next generation of Humans, and the region, then next generation of land forms.

Terraforming? Maybe not for aliens, maybe for the next gen Humans.

I'm lucky in a sense that I am so far away from these events, but I do, like you guys, have friends in the regions who have already felt the health impacts of the spill, and all the damn hurricanes and floods and loss of income.

Hard as it is, it's good to keep in perspective the Human factor, and what all this really means to a person or a family.

hf
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Thanks Isis.

Hey.. anyone else noticing how slooooowww the CT scene is of late? I mean even the doomers arent dooming.

What's up do you think? Not getting our usual prod from the folks who drop crumbs or start fights?

I wonder what that means in terms of where they're now turning their efforts?

Getting the notes together, and swapping key points for a big release?

Maybe it's just holiday time for them. chuckle
 Quoting: BadHairDay


calm before the storm, is it?

hiding
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Been wondering the same thing...
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Did any of you notice this thread?

Thread: NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE "ASSUMPTIONS"

If so, what did you think? I read a bit of the first "don't make Assumptions", but haven't read the whole 200+ pages.

I can barely read about the bayou... lots of people I care deeply about live there that won't consider leaving. They believe the ones playing this down... that, and the difficulties of moving, make for a non-discussable topic.

tissue
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Oh Honey, I'm right there with you. All of my family, except one sister and my boys, live in that area, and will not budge. It's like watching a train wreck - I have to check on the sinkhole every day. So sad.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 6581438


Hi Tutes. Just like the other Gulf states, with folks who were effected by the original spill, the surface waste, the chemical dispersants, the on going disaster, less visible to the eye is starting to perolate to the surface.

I know you see the connection between what is happening in the bayou's, especially at Assumption Parish, and the Napoleon dome, to the original event that started this thread.

That almost three years later, we are seeing the same oil finger print at the Napoleon dome, in the sink hole, which is a pin prick, compared to the dome itself.

If said dome does degenerate, and collapse, or subside majorly, then all that stored oil (read reserves) and butane, and radioactive slurrey from fracking goes 'somewhere'.

Least path of resistance would likely be all the aquifers in the area, which are also nipping at the heals of the dome already.

Drinking water, aquatic life, agriculture, industry all feed off the aquifers, which go all the ways in to Texas.

Most of us, through constant indoctrination by the majik black box, have come to expect instant doom, and when it isnt instant, well... then it must be BS.



Not saying the situation is funny, by any means, but this pretty much sums up what has been going down, and is yet to go down. Slow doom, via Earth changes, or unfortunately internal slow doom via sickness and poisoning.

Talking to an anon' the other day who has followed this from day one, he postulated that if the organism is here in the sense of a repair mechanism, drawn in because of the monumental deliberate actions of BP and friends, then if people in the region were 'infected' then maybe they would form the next generation of Humans, and the region, then next generation of land forms.

Terraforming? Maybe not for aliens, maybe for the next gen Humans.

I'm lucky in a sense that I am so far away from these events, but I do, like you guys, have friends in the regions who have already felt the health impacts of the spill, and all the damn hurricanes and floods and loss of income.

Hard as it is, it's good to keep in perspective the Human factor, and what all this really means to a person or a family.

hf
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Kolohe, I just love your compassionate heart, and the rest of you is mighty fine also too.
Yes, I've been on the BESERK path since p. 407 (went back and read the whole thing - lol) just because that's my old old stompin' grounds and where my peeps live. They've always thought I'm a nut case, so they don't pay me any mind at this point...doesn't mean I don't love them.
My main concern is that an explosion at the sinkhole site will set off the New Madrid and open up a seaway from the Great Lakes to the Gulf. Methinks that is a real likely scenario. All the "experts" down there seem to be absolutely clueless, and that in itself is dangerous, cuz you don't want to f**k with the cajuns. You can tell they are getting a bit riled up at this point.
Yes, Macondo and all the other salt domes in the coastal areas are connected and move around, especially when the fn place looks like bleeding pin cushion. Once the Napoleon Dome goes, there will likely be a domino effect.
I know the tremors down there haven't been that strong, but, hey, I've never known there to be ANY tremors there at all. Jiggling swamp ain't reassuring.
I feel more secure living between 3 known EQ faults in NorCal, truly.
hugz&smooches to all.
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Tutes, I know you and Mudy speak about this all the time, and it's something I also believe in, that the Sun isnt a raging inferno, as science would have us believe.

This fella puts it really nicely. I think many here, if not already aware of this notion, will find this video very interesting.

I think the flux transfers we used to monitor and speak about is relevant to what he speaks about too.

Once the above sinks in, you see flux transfers more as information exchanges betwen our world, and the conduit to other realms, which we call the Sun.

Enjoy!!





** be sure to look at his other vids too.



*** dont worry, I dont get the car either... 1dunno1

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<snip>
I'm a nut case, so they don't pay me any mind at this point...doesn't mean I don't love them.

peace
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 6581438


Appreciate your words Mz tutu... On one hand, I see this in its fullness and feel the panic of impending doom. On the other hand, I know they 'know' and can only honor those cajun roots, so deep in the land and culture.
It's not like, when it finally 'goes', it won't affect us all... Some days, it does get the better of me though :(

An aside... did you live on a ship? Been some years, but you sure 'feel' like someone from a visit somewhen back.


<snipped>

This fella puts it really nicely. I think many here, if not already aware of this notion, will find this video very interesting.

I think the flux transfers we used to monitor and speak about is relevant to what he speaks about too.

Once the above sinks in, you see flux transfers more as information exchanges betwen our world, and the conduit to other realms, which we call the Sun.

Enjoy!!

 Quoting: BadHairDay


Thank you for that Excellent vid, BHD!
Makes so much sense!

edit to add:
I've found an interesting bit there:
SSE y/tr544 the tr544 is a RAND paper:
[link to www.rand.org]
 Quoting: TeamReaper


Well that explains it then.

HOW GLOBAL COLLAPSE WILL BE SOLD TO THE MASSES

[link to www.alt-market.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20038077


The article at alt-market.com has been a real eye-opener for me personally...
 Quoting: 701st


Yup... All those brains, all that "knowledge", and not one shred of a clue in the lot. They Do serve as a wonderful example and reflective tool for those working towards 'graduation' though, imho.

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Gulf of Mexico Clean-Up Makes 2010 Spill 52-Times More Toxic

[link to www.gatech.edu]

"If the 4.9 million barrels of oil that spilled into the Gulf of Mexico during the 2010 Deep Water Horizon spill was a ecological disaster, the two million gallons of dispersant used to clean it up apparently made it even worse – 52-times more toxic. That’s according to new research from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes (UAA), Mexico."


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Amazing ideas and concepts, but first we must see the finite as but a reflection of the infinite. Is not the water just another expression of the infinite and its expression of will on this plane. Perhaps. And thus we find the infinite expression manifesting and expressing itself through yet another vehicle. Is the vehicle the totality of the expression or just a result. Life is and expresses itself through the mirrored form we see manifest. Are we to then mistake the forms for the source or look beyond the veil and see the one behind the scenes the force directing all manifestation.

Intelligence or its expression is inherent in all things. As spirit involves into matter we find its expression in all forms, all containing the cycles of life and its expression in a perfect harmony. Even the so called human excesses are but the expression of the one on its journey into matter and its return. Are we lost in the forest. Once again trying to mentally comprehend the infinite with a finite vehicle called the mind.

All praise be to the waters of life and there expression of the infinite in form and matter. But they are but the expression rather than the creator of that expression.Is life without direction mere happenstance or is there perhaps an intelligent force guiding and directing the manifest events and its expression. Its will and force being found in the smallest of expressions and underlying current that exist beyond the ability of us to perceive with our normal senses. Avatar, perhaps we are learning humility. No matter how much we seek to project our will and direction onto life's creative expression, perhaps, just perhaps it has a mind of its own. Are we naive enough to think that we can subvert its expression, for even in the act of attempting such a feat, I think we are but a pawn in the game of life. sk enjoy the show that's why we are here.

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SNIP

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Hello Matey! How's Hawaii these days?
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Thread: Timbuktu: France bombs the hell out of everything - blames 'Islamists' for destroyed buildings and artifacts...

This thread, I've been watching for a few days, and the word 'artifacts' stands out in bold every time I see it.

Takes me back to the brief cases, and an alternate (to aco and duncan's) explaination of what was within - plus an additional note about the Obama India trip, which had a bunch of nobody's who were actually the sombody's of this world, and that numerous 'artifacts' from private collections, museums and others scattered across the globe, were being returned to their rightful owners, knowledge keepers and care takers.

It's a big jump, but I think this might have something to do with it, as did much of the US pilaging of Iraq.

Ancient artifacts required to be part of something bigger, or with those 'nobody's' who are the gate keepers of 'sensitive' places on this world.
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Gulf of Mexico Clean-Up Makes 2010 Spill 52-Times More Toxic

[link to www.gatech.edu]

"If the 4.9 million barrels of oil that spilled into the Gulf of Mexico during the 2010 Deep Water Horizon spill was a ecological disaster, the two million gallons of dispersant used to clean it up apparently made it even worse – 52-times more toxic. That’s according to new research from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes (UAA), Mexico."


Well, DUH!
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And those figures quoted are lame at best, eh Southern'.

They never speak about the underwater pumping of the corexit and other concoctions.

They also dont speak of the lakes at the bottom of the ocean kept in place by a corexit blanket layer.

But, at least they do acknowledge the toxicity of it all!!

DUH indeed!!
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This is a very good vid about our connection with the planet. It's a mainstream science perspective, and doesnt go as far as I would like, but some real gold nuggets in there.

Touches on Schumann resonance, alpha waves in the brain, Niel Cherry's research, bee die offs, bird deaths, cancer from cell phones and EM pollution.

Just as I go on and on about water, the other side of it is the planet's heart beat, and resonance, which is intertwined with water's memory. (its all about the vibe!)

Shows also, photonic and em communication between DNA and water memory.



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Whilst on this bent, I've been playing around for a while with the notion of frequencies, and specifically, the Schumann respnance and it's relation to us.

Scientists are now understanding the relationship that all life here has with it, and is regulated by it. The light/dark cycle further determines very important functions within our brains and bosies.

It's not really the Schumann resonance is it? It's Earth's resonance, or Gaia's resonance. Adding his name is just pure ego, as the discoverer, as it has been around for a long time.

Has it always been this resonance though?

Through the different sized Earths (if you believe in expanding Earth theory) has it been a different vibe?

Has that vibe contributed to a different Man, and animal and plant for that matter.

The Human perspective says we evolved and used this frequency as a tether, or base point. But personally, I believe it is the gift of life or awareness that the planetary concious is prepared to share, which automatically means we are all connected to one source.

Has the last hundred years, of now, total electromagnetic polution of our biosphere, stopped us from connecting with the planet, or at the very least disrupted the communication lines and awareness of it? On a subconcious level, is our DNA finding it more difficult to communicate and repair and replicate?

Begs the question then, is this a stupid blunder, brought on by greed and lazines (in communication) that has resulted in all this EM pollution? or is it a planned operation, much like how I see the total saturation of oil products world wide.

Both are all permiating in our lives.

The water aspect, and it's historical record, is the other connection we have to the planet, also a gift imho, and that too is being poluted, diluted, made in to a dead product and with held from many.

So maybe it is a planned attack? Planned for this particular point in time and space.

The frequency thing gets really complex when you try to add two frequencies. Cap'n Chaos would do better explaining no doubt, but you have to take in to account a great deal of input, not just add or subtract two numbers.

Where was I going with this thought? Well, I was hoping to find the median cellular frequency, plus the electrical grid frequency, plus the Schumann resonance and see what the number was.

My gut feeling was that it would be a similar frequency to that given off by Saturn.
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BTW, still keen to off load a month's free trial to any AC who wishes to jump in the bezerk pool with some good ideas.
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Something just crapped on my computer


AC: Check your pants, it was probably you.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent


Hi mate.

If you recall, a few of us had our computers "crapped on" a year or so back.....
 Quoting: BadHairDay

In which case ~ Some of the Bezerkers' computers having been "crapped on," may still have traces remaining of the bacterial, E-coli on their keyboards or finger tips which consequently, may have interesting scientific overtones ...

Before the earliest of the "cells" morph into existence on Planet Earth, there occurs an emanation of what is a massless, Photon of Light, followed by various stages of organic growth before becoming an amoeba, having a little life of its own, to which at some point there is a mysterious endowment of an increment or miniscule: Dimension of Power ...

This is the good news because, Once "enlightened," the Photon thus can become a Polymorphous dynaflagallate, after passing through stages of primordial growth, leading up to our most problematic AuGie?

By all means look up: Polymorphous dynaflagallate on the internet to find out more about this enlightening Energy.

'The Dimension of Power is reaching beyond the known material world and connecting to the essence of life, to discover the ultimate power of the conscious creator living authentically and intentionally in our world!

When we connect to our higher self and guided by doing our own research and living responsibly, we are empowered and enlightened'
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So actually, you can see ~BEZERKERS should offer a warm welcome to bacterial, E-coli! ~as a first step in our planetary, infinitely intelligent and Galactic, Creative Process.
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Whilst on this bent, I've been playing around for a while with the notion of frequencies, and specifically, the Schumann respnance and it's relation to us.

Scientists are now understanding the relationship that all life here has with it, and is regulated by it. The light/dark cycle further determines very important functions within our brains and bosies.

It's not really the Schumann resonance is it? It's Earth's resonance, or Gaia's resonance. Adding his name is just pure ego, as the discoverer, as it has been around for a long time.

Has it always been this resonance though?

Through the different sized Earths (if you believe in expanding Earth theory) has it been a different vibe?

Has that vibe contributed to a different Man, and animal and plant for that matter.

The Human perspective says we evolved and used this frequency as a tether, or base point. But personally, I believe it is the gift of life or awareness that the planetary concious is prepared to share, which automatically means we are all connected to one source.

Has the last hundred years, of now, total electromagnetic polution of our biosphere, stopped us from connecting with the planet, or at the very least disrupted the communication lines and awareness of it? On a subconcious level, is our DNA finding it more difficult to communicate and repair and replicate?

Begs the question then, is this a stupid blunder, brought on by greed and lazines (in communication) that has resulted in all this EM pollution? or is it a planned operation, much like how I see the total saturation of oil products world wide.

Both are all permiating in our lives.

The water aspect, and it's historical record, is the other connection we have to the planet, also a gift imho, and that too is being poluted, diluted, made in to a dead product and with held from many.

So maybe it is a planned attack? Planned for this particular point in time and space.

The frequency thing gets really complex when you try to add two frequencies. Cap'n Chaos would do better explaining no doubt, but you have to take in to account a great deal of input, not just add or subtract two numbers.

Where was I going with this thought? Well, I was hoping to find the median cellular frequency, plus the electrical grid frequency, plus the Schumann resonance and see what the number was.

My gut feeling was that it would be a similar frequency to that given off by Saturn.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Bruce Cathie, he is the guy who who can supply the software required and explain why. Easiest way to explain is to say waves are vectors and you don't add vectors in a linear fashion.
Every fundamental vibration also has harmonics that are related to the frequency of the fundamental. Vibrations make other vibrations and they interact and change according to how they meet, pass through, reflect, cancel out, amplify.

I looked into the Schumann cavity when I was looking into the higher harmonics generated. The 11th harmonic of any series nearly has the same amplitude as the fundamental and I was looking for "magic" vibration resonances and thought why not the Earth. Turns out the orthodox explanation was it was not to do with the size of the Earth, but the capacitance of the atmosphere and the charge. The 7.8Hz frequency is caused by the amount of discharges from the atmosphere to the Earth [lightning strikes]

I don't know whether this is true or just a convenient explanation to the plebs.
Imagine the Earth like a bad capacitor, but really big, that charges up with the solar wind etc. I wonder what putting a lot of Alu in the atmosphere does to that value of capacitance? The Volume of Salt water on the Earth might also have a part to play as a bad conductor. Bad conductors have huge Voltage but few amps. The planet is just on a huge scale so the numbers are vast.
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Dinoflagellates are unicellular forms with one to three flagellae.

Earliest forms of intelligent life ... having a connection with DNA.

Usually, they possess two flagellae: one which extends towards the posterior, called the longitudinal flagellum, and the other forming a lateral circle, called the transverse flagellum. In many forms, these are set into grooves, called the sulcus and cingulum. The transverse flagellum is ribbon-like and coiled, provides most of the force propelling the cell, and often imparts to it a distinctive whirling motion, which is what gives them their name. The longitudinal flagellum acts mainly as a rudder, but provides a small amount of propulsive force, as well.

Wikipedia.
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