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Lol @ your Marduk prejudice, BHD!
That's a pretty interesting article if you can make it past his speculation about who he was speaking with! At one point, something was said about the elevated levels being related to the ability of tissue to conduct higher levels of electrical charge (if I understood it correctly).

Creatine Kinase is an enzyme (crystalline structure) found in brain and muscle tissue primarily, though it is “expressed in all tissues at low levels “.

From Wikipedia,
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
“Creatine kinase (CK), also known as creatine phosphokinase (CPK) or phospho-creatine kinase (and sometimes incorrectly as creatinine kinase), is an enzyme expressed by various tissues and cell types. CK catalyses the conversion of creatine and consumes adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to create phosphocreatine (PCr) and adenosine diphosphate (ADP). This CK enzyme reaction is reversible, such that also ATP can be generated from PCr and ADP.”

Not to go into great detail with information that I would have to read on for days to even Begin understand... but a small snippet I found interesting....

also from Wikipedia
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
“As ATP has several negatively charged groups in neutral solution, it can chelate metals with very high affinity. “

It will take a lot more reading, but my “BEZERK” radar does 'ping' with this one! Lol

hf

If you are up for one of those scientific reads...

Intracellular compartmentation, structure and function of creatine kinase isoenzymes in tissues with high and fluctuating energy demands: the 'phosphocreatine circuit' for cellular energy homeostasis.

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

edited to add: Nowhere does it mention Marduk.
tomato

edited again to add:

Hair Bundles Are Specialized for ATP Delivery via Creatine Kinase
[link to www.sciencedirect.com]

[just something that caught attention]
"Consistent with this critical role in hair bundle function, the creatine kinase circuit is essential for high-sensitivity hearing as demonstrated by hearing loss in creatine kinase knockout mice."


Definitely a sideways jump fostered, not by the information available, but from the 'blanks'...
Vril anyone?
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Thanks FE and SL. My poor ol head isnt up to it today, but I'll def have a gander. Thanks for the explainations.

All there, dna, salt, electrical charges.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Lol @ your Marduk prejudice, BHD!
That's a pretty interesting article if you can make it past his speculation about who he was speaking with! At one point, something was said about the elevated levels being related to the ability of tissue to conduct higher levels of electrical charge (if I understood it correctly).

Creatine Kinase is an enzyme (crystalline structure) found in brain and muscle tissue primarily, though it is “expressed in all tissues at low levels “.

From Wikipedia,
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
“Creatine kinase (CK), also known as creatine phosphokinase (CPK) or phospho-creatine kinase (and sometimes incorrectly as creatinine kinase), is an enzyme expressed by various tissues and cell types. CK catalyses the conversion of creatine and consumes adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to create phosphocreatine (PCr) and adenosine diphosphate (ADP). This CK enzyme reaction is reversible, such that also ATP can be generated from PCr and ADP.”

Not to go into great detail with information that I would have to read on for days to even Begin understand... but a small snippet I found interesting....

also from Wikipedia
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
“As ATP has several negatively charged groups in neutral solution, it can chelate metals with very high affinity. “

It will take a lot more reading, but my “BEZERK” radar does 'ping' with this one! Lol

hf

If you are up for one of those scientific reads...

Intracellular compartmentation, structure and function of creatine kinase isoenzymes in tissues with high and fluctuating energy demands: the 'phosphocreatine circuit' for cellular energy homeostasis.

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

edited to add: Nowhere does it mention Marduk.
tomato

edited again to add:

Hair Bundles Are Specialized for ATP Delivery via Creatine Kinase
[link to www.sciencedirect.com]

[just something that caught attention]
"Consistent with this critical role in hair bundle function, the creatine kinase circuit is essential for high-sensitivity hearing as demonstrated by hearing loss in creatine kinase knockout mice."


Definitely a sideways jump fostered, not by the information available, but from the 'blanks'...
Vril anyone?
1dunno1
 Quoting: SouthernLight


hello SL :)

In your words or quotes I recognise things that I mean and posted about before ..lol...


the elevated levels being related to the ability of tissue to conduct higher levels of electrical charge -->
I have been trying to show that our tissue has to be ready and able to conduct more electrical charge if we want to "survive" the shift that is happening, the elevated stream of neutrino's and other cosmic rays has to be integrated and metabolised, ... if we cant, our system fails and falls out-of-tune and becomes sick and will eventually degenerate in a rapid state. The rays will become harmful when they cant be transformed and converted and metabolised ...
For being able to do this we need Melatonin and Melanin !

Like wiki sais : catalyses conversion and consumes to create ...

Very many pages back I made the link between Melanin/Melatonin and kinase.


Hair Bundles Are Specialized for ATP Delivery via Creatine Kinase --->
I also posted about the importance of HAIR.
I suggested that in very early versions of ourselves, with the "Original Golden Race" the hairs were like energetic/physic transfer tubes ... I referred to the Tesla globe that forms electric tubes from the centre core to your hand on the surface glass ... Now imagine this [these tubes-electric vortexes] to be ALL AROUND YOU, that was about as how the Original Race were ..
Remember that your arm-hair or head-hair still reacts by standing up as a reaction to static electricity, or when felt other vibrations [like negative ones] !
Your hair are antennas ! And their RANGE has been shortyfied extremely [by genetic manipulation and genetic degradation as result of vibrational pollution].

Hairs pick-up and deliver VIBRATIONS.
The more hair the greater the delivery and transport [from inside to outside and visa versa] of vibrations ... in such a case hairs were-once/are elongations of your sensitivity organ and hearing organ !!!

Thus the more creatine kinase, the higher the ability to convert and "consume" high levels of energy and to be able to "HEAR/understand/(data)convert" these high levels of energy ... and to synchronise with the changing world/reality around us!


Thank you SL for giving proof to the things said and posted before hf


xxx MzK
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Gov. Jindal, Press Conference in Bayou Corne

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Part 2

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Part 3

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The only thing that stuck from reading those links was the word 'chicken'.

I promptly went out an bought a BBQ chicken and am now eating it..

Some serious reading in that Southern' I couldnt help but equate these clumping hair particles to the flocking on the sub hulls. (maybe?)
It's all about the 'vibe'
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The only thing that stuck from reading those links was the word 'chicken'.

I promptly went out an bought a BBQ chicken and am now eating it..

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And since how long do you have this chicken-eating habit, BHD? :)

Eating chicken makes kids gay, top Colombian model claims
Proving that being hot, crazy and voluble isn't just the province of American beauties like Jenny McCarthy, Colombian model Natalia Paris has decided to go public with her theory that eating chicken makes children gay.

CONTINUE: [link to now.msn.com]
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42 seconds of your time ...

Shooting on the BP rig ?

[link to www.youtube.com]
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There has been strange shit, thread started/edited by A/C, strange people popping in, etc from the first day. I notice a lot of my posts from the first day went into the wormhole of history.
Oh well it's close to 04:00 here in Seattle and my coffee is ready.
Keep up the good work, guys and gals. I'll be lurking and working as usual.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent


Hans, we kinda like you for your posts and all, but ...

It' past time to let the "Seattle" part of your bio die. Too many times you've shown us that you're not clued into the great city of Seattle.

hf
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Actually I DID live in Seattle proper (Capitol Hill) I was renting then. I now live South of Seattle in rural Washington state. If I gave the name of the town where I am people would say "Where da fuck is dat?" If you know who Breezy is, she is my neighbor. We have had breakfast in the same restaurant at times. My business comes in from all over USA which is why I start early and work late. There are 3 time zones in USA. Not like Europe. Have a nice day.
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Eastern
Central
Mountain
Pacific

;)
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I heard it was really a Canadian submarine.
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...


Easy my man, just type :DEVILPOPCORN: but lower the case.

cheers
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Are some BEZERKERS myopic and who enjoy rallying around or, cannot one or two, not perceive the co-ords in the (earth google) video, empower an expanded view of the giant oil slick, in the Gulf of Mexico ~ which apparently, is unstoppable?

BTW ~ would there not be some Illustrious, Leading Counsel for the Defence lurking about, who might be officially appointed now, to act on behalf of the owners of your BEZERK site, I am beginning to wonder?

Just a thought ... unless I am getting myopic hiding
 Quoting: integrator



Matt Simmons, before his death, told us that the oil would not stop until the pressure from under the ocean floor equalized with that above. In my mind, that meant that the GOM would be a big tub of oil before the flow of oil stopped.

Based on what we have learned from the event, the methane bubbles don't stop until the sea floor can once again freeze and keep the methane frozen in the process.

Double the trouble with the Corexit, which is probably the real danger.

Everyone I know who goes swimming in the Gulf waters, and the waters of the Atlantic beaches in the Southeast of the US, come back home sick with flu-like symptoms. Every single one of them.

Lawyers? Would that not be something like pouring "oil on troubled waters?"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27400108

A very perceptive and realistic analysis directly related to the ongoing BEZERK problem, 108, if I may say so?

Oil on [GOM], Troubled Waters ~ in a nuthell, Says it All!

Hopefully, All can see what you mean, about (Ships) Lawyers!

Meantime ~ Can you possibly tell us truth seekers a bit about Matt Simmons, to fill us in?

popcorn
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Quote from comments at another site says it all:

"March 20, 2013 at 12:36 am

So Matt Simmons died his untimely death in the summer of 2010, just days after he publicly announced that BP had created a hole in the sea that would gush oil for years. The interviewer (that was Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC) said why doesn't BP said what they really did, and Simmons said, "Because they would go to prison and lose their fortunes." So Matt Simmons (former energy advisor to Bush Sr. — he was considered CREDIBLE in the energy field)drops dead in his own hot tub soon after, and the oil is gushing endlessly ANYWAY. Great if they could trace that hole in the sea directly back to BP, just not too optimistic."
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el monterey bean and cheese burritos are damn tasty
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Know somethin' about Ono fre that we don't?

Please, do tell

Farm-raised mountain trout and perch out of the local pond is about the only fish I eat, since GOM and Fuku.
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Read the crap being published by researchers paid by BP working hard and paying plenty to make it appear that the effect of the damage is limited, i.e. “…more than 200 million gallons of spilled oil. Microbes likely processed most of the oil within months of the spill,...”

[link to www.fsu.edu]

“Oil from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill acted as a catalyst for plankton and other surface materials to clump together and fall to the sea floor in a massive sedimentation event that researchers are calling a "dirty blizzard."

… Deep-C Consortium who presented the dirty blizzard hypothesis at a recent conference in New Orleans that focused on the effects of the oil spill on the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem.

The consortium, which includes researchers from FSU, Eckerd College, the University of South Florida and Georgia Institute of Technology, confirmed the never before observed dirty blizzard hypothesis by using thorium, lead and radiocarbon isotopes in addition to DNA analyses of sediments.

The dirty blizzard phenomenon may explain what happened to some portion of the more than 200 million gallons of spilled oil. Microbes likely processed most of the oil within months of the spill, but U.S. government assessments have not accounted for all of the spilled oil. ….

The research was made possible in part by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI), a 10-year independent research program investigating the effects of the Deepwater Horizon incident. The mission of the GoMRI is to improve society's ability to understand and mitigate the impacts of hydrocarbon pollution and stressors on the marine environment and public health. The program was established through a $500 million financial commitment from BP. For more information, visit [link to gulfresearchinitiative.org]

By Jill Elish 15 March 2013”
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There has been strange shit, thread started/edited by A/C, strange people popping in, etc from the first day. I notice a lot of my posts from the first day went into the wormhole of history.
Oh well it's close to 04:00 here in Seattle and my coffee is ready.
Keep up the good work, guys and gals. I'll be lurking and working as usual.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent


Hans, we kinda like you for your posts and all, but ...

It' past time to let the "Seattle" part of your bio die. Too many times you've shown us that you're not clued into the great city of Seattle.

hf
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Actually I DID live in Seattle proper (Capitol Hill) I was renting then. I now live South of Seattle in rural Washington state. If I gave the name of the town where I am people would say "Where da fuck is dat?" If you know who Breezy is, she is my neighbor. We have had breakfast in the same restaurant at times. My business comes in from all over USA which is why I start early and work late. There are 3 time zones in USA. Not like Europe. Have a nice day.
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Eastern
Central
Mountain
Pacific

;)
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42 seconds of your time ...

Shooting on the BP rig ?

[link to www.youtube.com]
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bump

Yup could see the flashes ... oh owwwww ...
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DIRTY BLIZZARD

Read the crap being published by researchers paid by BP working hard and paying plenty to make it appear that the effect of the damage is limited, i.e. “…more than 200 million gallons of spilled oil. Microbes likely processed most of the oil within months of the spill,...”

[link to www.fsu.edu]

“Oil from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill acted as a catalyst for plankton and other surface materials to clump together and fall to the sea floor in a massive sedimentation event that researchers are calling a "dirty blizzard."

… Deep-C Consortium who presented the dirty blizzard hypothesis at a recent conference in New Orleans that focused on the effects of the oil spill on the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem.

The consortium, which includes researchers from FSU, Eckerd College, the University of South Florida and Georgia Institute of Technology, confirmed the never before observed dirty blizzard hypothesis by using thorium, lead and radiocarbon isotopes in addition to DNA analyses of sediments.

The dirty blizzard phenomenon may explain what happened to some portion of the more than 200 million gallons of spilled oil. Microbes likely processed most of the oil within months of the spill, but U.S. government assessments have not accounted for all of the spilled oil. ….

The research was made possible in part by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI), a 10-year independent research program investigating the effects of the Deepwater Horizon incident. The mission of the GoMRI is to improve society's ability to understand and mitigate the impacts of hydrocarbon pollution and stressors on the marine environment and public health. The program was established through a $500 million financial commitment from BP. For more information, visit [link to gulfresearchinitiative.org]

By Jill Elish 15 March 2013”
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Great site to keep an eye on BP and GOM-oil related things : [link to news.silobreaker.com]

My feeling tells me that this is just an attempt to satisfy the populous with a "story" that sounds plausible and is partially drenched with true particles ...
But in the end its just an other hypothesis to hide the real full truth.

What if [dont know if this is possible, BHD will know that better]
part of the spilled oil with seawater was sucked in by seeps in the oceanfloor, connected with what are now SINK-HOLES ?

In my logic, if there is an out-flow [spill] then somewhere there is an in-flow/in-take/suck-in ...
not constantly, and not always as much and fast sucking in ...
when gasses trapped in the soil can escape through a fault or rupture in the sea-floor, then there is a 'space' 'room'/cavity left behind ...
after the out-burst or escape [[bubbles of gas and air as seen on the BP vids so many times]]
this cavity wants to/is filled up again with anything on or near the surface : water, oil/tar, sediments, etc ...

This could partially explain where a lot of the sunken oil went to ...
If this hypothesis is right then much more "oil with the DWH-signature" will be discovered in underground streams and washed out salt-domes ...

xxxMzK
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Nice, nice, nice !!!!



Chinese physicists measure speed of Einstein’s ‘spooky action at a distance’: At least 10,000 times faster than light
[link to www.extremetech.com]


A team of Chinese physicists —the same ones who broke the quantum teleportation distance record last year— have clocked the speed of spooky action at a distance — the seemingly instantaneous interaction between entangled quantum particles — at more than four orders of magnitude faster than light. Their equipment and methodology doesn’t allow for an exact speed, but four orders of magnitude puts the figure at around 3 trillion meters per second.
Spooky action at a distance was a term coined by Einstein to describe how entangled quantum particles seem to interact with each other instantaneously, over any distance, breaking the speed of light and thus relativity.



Imo, the same principle goes for the other AUgie's in the solarsystem on other planets/moons-satellites and in the Universe !!!

This is [just one reason] why AUgie cant be defeated !!!!

The Universal FEED-BACK SYSTEM [or data transfer flux system] is working faster then light !!!


* (Imo, this is why neutrino's are crucial in this)

* (It also explains why for example one part of a twin can sence when the other part is happy or intense sad ...
Imo, this FEATURE was why 'Nazi Dr.Mengle' was so interested in TWINS : they are more [and easier to measure] connected with this quantum feasibility.)



xxxMzK
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DIRTY BLIZZARD

Read the crap being published by researchers paid by BP working hard and paying plenty to make it appear that the effect of the damage is limited, i.e. “…more than 200 million gallons of spilled oil. Microbes likely processed most of the oil within months of the spill,...”

[link to www.fsu.edu]

“Oil from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill acted as a catalyst for plankton and other surface materials to clump together and fall to the sea floor in a massive sedimentation event that researchers are calling a "dirty blizzard."

… Deep-C Consortium who presented the dirty blizzard hypothesis at a recent conference in New Orleans that focused on the effects of the oil spill on the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem.

The consortium, which includes researchers from FSU, Eckerd College, the University of South Florida and Georgia Institute of Technology, confirmed the never before observed dirty blizzard hypothesis by using thorium, lead and radiocarbon isotopes in addition to DNA analyses of sediments.

The dirty blizzard phenomenon may explain what happened to some portion of the more than 200 million gallons of spilled oil. Microbes likely processed most of the oil within months of the spill, but U.S. government assessments have not accounted for all of the spilled oil. ….

The research was made possible in part by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI), a 10-year independent research program investigating the effects of the Deepwater Horizon incident. The mission of the GoMRI is to improve society's ability to understand and mitigate the impacts of hydrocarbon pollution and stressors on the marine environment and public health. The program was established through a $500 million financial commitment from BP. For more information, visit [link to gulfresearchinitiative.org]

By Jill Elish 15 March 2013”
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36574766


Great site to keep an eye on BP and GOM-oil related things : [link to news.silobreaker.com]

My feeling tells me that this is just an attempt to satisfy the populous with a "story" that sounds plausible and is partially drenched with true particles ...
But in the end its just an other hypothesis to hide the real full truth.

What if [dont know if this is possible, BHD will know that better]
part of the spilled oil with seawater was sucked in by seeps in the oceanfloor, connected with what are now SINK-HOLES ?

In my logic, if there is an out-flow [spill] then somewhere there is an in-flow/in-take/suck-in ...
not constantly, and not always as much and fast sucking in ...
when gasses trapped in the soil can escape through a fault or rupture in the sea-floor, then there is a 'space' 'room'/cavity left behind ...
after the out-burst or escape [[bubbles of gas and air as seen on the BP vids so many times]]
this cavity wants to/is filled up again with anything on or near the surface : water, oil/tar, sediments, etc ...

This could partially explain where a lot of the sunken oil went to ...
If this hypothesis is right then much more "oil with the DWH-signature" will be discovered in underground streams and washed out salt-domes ...


xxxMzK
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Excellent logic, MzK Now all we have to do is find the underground streams.
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Mawnin awl...

Hi K. I think it could be something like what you suggest.
Macondo was a combo site. Remember it was a tar volcano too? So tubes and pipes already in place.

Probably a large aquifer outlet too, given the Misissipi comes out on land a few hundreds click away.

Then the interconnected salt, not to mention the pockets and flows of the oil.

Frozen sheets of methane hundreds of miles wide, and who knos how thick?

It adds up to tunnels, and ways 'through'.

Nature is the great equaliser. Do somethng here that throws off the balance, and you an bet an equalising solution will be put into play.

As a whole, the planet's biosphere is in equilibrium, and I think it knows what it is doing at any given time. Just because we have become dumded down, and lost touch, we react in shock when an EQ hits (a natural one) but the animals have long since moved away!

That EQ would be part of a process in play to achieve something.

But the artificial 'big geo plays' that are alien to the working of the planet, cause the wrong equalising to occur, which is why I think the DWH disaster was planned.

I also think the Ruskies discovered the true nature of the planet, from a scientific perspective when they had their own deep well disaster, and coined the term bezerk.

That is why, years later, people monitoring the situation were able to measure 'something' and proclaim that a 'bezerk' situation was occuring.

Where you tie in the flux transfers K, which is normal 'conversation' between planets and suns etc, maybe the 'incomming' is more than a flux transfer, but a visit from the doctor maybe, to flush out this nasty thing that is ailing the planet? A vitamin shot of sorts?

Borrowing a bit from the spooky speed post, our own DNA also transfers info at this speed.

We all get the information at the same time, regardless of whether we are a planet or a field mouse.

We humans have forgotten how to listen.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Mawnin awl...

Hi K. I think it could be something like what you suggest.
Macondo was a combo site. Remember it was a tar volcano too? So tubes and pipes already in place.

Probably a large aquifer outlet too, given the Misissipi comes out on land a few hundreds click away.

Then the interconnected salt, not to mention the pockets and flows of the oil.

Frozen sheets of methane hundreds of miles wide, and who knos how thick?

It adds up to tunnels, and ways 'through'.

Nature is the great equaliser. Do somethng here that throws off the balance, and you an bet an equalising solution will be put into play.

As a whole, the planet's biosphere is in equilibrium, and I think it knows what it is doing at any given time. Just because we have become dumded down, and lost touch, we react in shock when an EQ hits (a natural one) but the animals have long since moved away!

That EQ would be part of a process in play to achieve something.

But the artificial 'big geo plays' that are alien to the working of the planet, cause the wrong equalising to occur, which is why I think the DWH disaster was planned.

I also think the Ruskies discovered the true nature of the planet, from a scientific perspective when they had their own deep well disaster, and coined the term bezerk.

That is why, years later, people monitoring the situation were able to measure 'something' and proclaim that a 'bezerk' situation was occuring.

Where you tie in the flux transfers K, which is normal 'conversation' between planets and suns etc, maybe the 'incomming' is more than a flux transfer, but a visit from the doctor maybe, to flush out this nasty thing that is ailing the planet? A vitamin shot of sorts?

Borrowing a bit from the spooky speed post, our own DNA also transfers info at this speed.

We all get the information at the same time, regardless of whether we are a planet or a field mouse.

We humans have forgotten how to listen.
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Yeah !!!!!
The above, thats how it is in my feeling, jup.

Love your words :D
I agree.


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Mawnin awl...

<snipped for brevity only!>

We all get the information at the same time, regardless of whether we are a planet or a field mouse.

We humans have forgotten how to listen.
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OoooOOOoooohhh! Nice!
hf
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42 seconds of your time ...

Shooting on the BP rig ?

[link to www.youtube.com]
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bump

Yup could see the flashes ... oh owwwww ...
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spock
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Yup could see the flashes ... oh owwwww ...
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spock
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ryker
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Why the hell is this thread still around???? tomato
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...


Hans, we kinda like you for your posts and all, but ...

It' past time to let the "Seattle" part of your bio die. Too many times you've shown us that you're not clued into the great city of Seattle.

hf
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Actually I DID live in Seattle proper (Capitol Hill) I was renting then. I now live South of Seattle in rural Washington state. If I gave the name of the town where I am people would say "Where da fuck is dat?" If you know who Breezy is, she is my neighbor. We have had breakfast in the same restaurant at times. My business comes in from all over USA which is why I start early and work late. There are 3 time zones in USA. Not like Europe. Have a nice day.
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Eastern
Central
Mountain
Pacific

;)
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Blasen mich banana2
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Nein danke
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Don't know where the picture was taken, but if y'all want to see the true colors of a bayou take a look at the Bing pic of the day.
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Observations of early universe hint at a giant excess of anti-neutrinos
[link to phys.org]
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Observations of early universe hint at a giant excess of anti-neutrinos
[link to phys.org]
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Hisis! hugs

Before even looking at that link, I got a brain snap, and pictured the universe as a whole, filled with life, which by it's scale was galaxies, who in turn were filled with their own life, that being solar systems, who in turn were filled with life, that being planets and suns, who were in turn filed with life, that being Humans, animals and plants, who were in turn filled with life, that being bacteria and cells, who were in turn filled with life, that being DNA and molecules.... you get the picture!

A Haremine moment.

I wonder what is up the other way? Maybe the Universe is then the starting point of what we would percieve as the tiniest version in our thinking?

Fractals within fractals.

[can see Tutu head slapping, and proclaiming well derrrr, my dear! LOL git with da program]


Will visit the link now.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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42 seconds of your time ...

Shooting on the BP rig ?

[link to www.youtube.com]
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bump

Yup could see the flashes ... oh owwwww ...
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spock
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I saw that. Could just be that the console operator was watching die hard on one of the channels....
It's all about the 'vibe'
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K's post about the dirty blizzard water gave me an idea.

You guys and gals remember when we were actually being helped along, and there was a concentrated effort to find 'entrances' for the subs to go in and out of?

All that talk about the subs being parked around the 'rim' etc.

They are very big things, and are arses to move this way or that, so a concentration of them around a rim would mean said rim was very large.

Isis did so much work I recall (amongst others too) with many google earth snaps, showing possible holes and tunnels for subs to travel in to.

Lear said that the US is not a techtonic plate as such, more just a floating plate, with sea water beneath it, that many military groups use for rapid transit. (i.e. there is a sub base at A51, in the middle of the desert!!)

But a side from the floating plate idea, the tunnel entrances got me thinking about what a sub is. Basically a long thin tin can with air inside that can travel through water.

A sub, though, could also travel through salt, or fresh water, through very dirty water, in fact, through any medium that enables it to have bouyancy.

With the D.D coatings, the drag coefficiency is drastically reduced too, so the more viscous the fluid would not effect the sub's ability to travel along - it would just have to remain bouyant.

What about tar? Do you think a sub, with D.D coating could travel in a tar lava tube? through a tar volcano? We're talking about massively large vents here, no doubt with massive tunnel systems below them.

Could a sub travel in oil for that matter?

It's an interesting thought dont you think?

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Yup could see the flashes ... oh owwwww ...
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spock
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:ryker:
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Hey Rox, your Ryker-reminds me of a mate from Hilversum (urologist)
say's he's only checking my "flow"
Puts a whole new crank on "flux-transfer" don't it ;?
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saw this and thought of y'all
www.bignewsnetwork.com/index.php/sid/213389464/scat/e597bd109​c960ae3
was thinkin hoody-jump-suit industrial grade,farraday-clava and
H/D rubber gloves, all a kinda Bob De Niro "Brazil" ensemble! lol

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