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Nice numbers. Ya reckon they 'knew' we'd figure out the math one day?

I wonder if when that is well known and accepted if we will have disclosure?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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here's a think muncher for ya's ;))
You know that old pony about what an exquisite "COINCIDENCE" it is that the sun is exactly 400 times bigger than the moon and that the sun is exactly 400 times further out than the moon, so making "only" in these circumstances a
total eclipse possible? and that said moon always hides its back-side
from us, so making it very private round there??
Now say you had a star-gate in the sun and you only ever used it at times of total-eclipse! a base on the dark side, how discreet would that be!!

Justin Miho
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Hmmm... Could that be why, historically, eclipses have been considered dangerous?

Aside from it just plain feeling weird and making the primitives think the sun got eaten... what if battles with alien rivals tended to happen on the heels of a full eclipse? Those civilizations are collapsed and gone, but the memory of terrifying air battles, etc. linger in myths of 'bad luck', illness and so on, following one.

Seems reasonable for a fringe ponderin'...
“You can't wake a person who is pretending to be asleep”
Navajo proverb
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Hi fellow researchers...I mean,fellow Bezerker's...heh!

Listen, I've run across something new to me and have been perplexing over it so thought I'd run it by you.

I ran across this:

Earth Has Four Corners.”

Quoting from this article, which was recovered from microfilm at the Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak Library, we read the following: “The Earth has four corners, measurements made of earth-circling satellites have shown…The four-cornered, or pyramid-like, design was found by calculating the changes in the orbits of globe-girdling satellites. At the center of the high points, the satellites were pulled downward a few hundred feet by the unexpectedly high gravity…The new figure for earth was found by scientists at John Hopkin’s Applied Physics Laboratory in Silver Spring, Md., working under a contract for the U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Naval Weapons.”

The report included a world map that shows all four of the Earth’s high corners are located in the Earth’s oceans and that there are also four low spots, which are additionally found in the vast oceans. Each of the high spots covers several thousand square miles of ocean and were a staggering 220 feet “higher” than what the equalized average depth of the ocean should be in that area. The low points on the other hand are apx. 253 feet “below” [what should be] the stabilized oceans average.


The perplexing question is, “What is holding back these seething mountains of water from rushing to fill the low spots?”


and here's a map of the 4 corners...red squares where it's high and yellow where it's low....

[link to www.cuttingedge.org]



and I'm talking about it in this thread
Thread: Bermuda Triangle, Dragon's Triangle, 4 Corners of the Earth:Is there a correlation?


A poster pointed out to me that the hollow earth could account for the low and high spots. That got me to thinking about all the tunnels, etc: under the ocean and earth....and of course, the gulf!

You know, when we are trying to figure out what's going on and determining effects, etc:, there are so many things to consider.

Anyway, I just wanted you to have this information about the corners....it may or may not influence whatever is going on in the gulf.

And if any of you have thoughts to share on my thread....please drop by. I think the more all of us can pull data together on these mysterious influences, the better.

Although, I really wonder if we will ever figure it out? And, maybe I'd rather not. After all, isn't chasing these mysteries fun? rockon

Love you guys....hope Easter and April Fool's were good times for ya'!!!!! hf
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here's a think muncher for ya's ;))
You know that old pony about what an exquisite "COINCIDENCE" it is that the sun is exactly 400 times bigger than the moon and that the sun is exactly 400 times further out than the moon, so making "only" in these circumstances a
total eclipse possible? and that said moon always hides its back-side
from us, so making it very private round there??
Now say you had a star-gate in the sun and you only ever used it at times of total-eclipse! a base on the dark side, how discreet would that be!!

Justin Miho
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484984


Justin, Justin, you smartypants you! You just made my head explode, my friend.
Now I have to clean up this mess before I can retire to the boudoir for the evening. Makes ye wonder who designed that bidniz. *swabs the deck*
You aren't over there munching monotomic gold are ye?
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here's a think muncher for ya's ;))
You know that old pony about what an exquisite "COINCIDENCE" it is that the sun is exactly 400 times bigger than the moon and that the sun is exactly 400 times further out than the moon, so making "only" in these circumstances a
total eclipse possible? and that said moon always hides its back-side
from us, so making it very private round there??
Now say you had a star-gate in the sun and you only ever used it at times of total-eclipse! a base on the dark side, how discreet would that be!!

Justin Miho
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484984


Nice numbers. Ya reckon they 'knew' we'd figure out the math one day?

I wonder if when that is well known and accepted if we will have disclosure?
It's all about the 'vibe'.

Hmmm... Could that be why, historically, eclipses have been considered dangerous?

Aside from it just plain feeling weird and making the primitives think the sun got eaten... what if battles with alien rivals tended to happen on the heels of a full eclipse? Those civilizations are collapsed and gone, but the memory of terrifying air battles, etc. linger in myths of 'bad luck', illness and so on, following one.

Seems reasonable for a fringe ponderin'...
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BAHD, you know as well as all-us the "vibe" here is lies, deception, more lies!
We been eatin this shite for at least 2000 years (proly 6 imo) any bones of
disclosure they toss "will-be-was" imho!
As for the math I always found the poetry of Venus a bit of a stretch, i mean
"the" most accurate predictor of time in the celestial close-by, traces a
perfect pentagram of motion over a period of 8 years, every five cycles
(40 years) synchronizes solar, lunar and the sidereal calendar's to-within
seconds, more exquisite "coincidences" ???
Of-course we can add her to south's list of good-bad-luck predictors
especially considering the masterpiece of precision engineering of
Bryn Celli Ddu and Newgrange, both built to trace Venus-light every 8 years!!

Soo we is fringe pond-life eh, south?o))

Jim-Ho!
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There has to be a head slap moment, when the lights get switched on, or a ship lands, or the bloke standing next to you pulls off his mask and states - "we were right here the whole time guys, you just werent ready to see us".



I see you met Ez'. When I feel things are complicated, I go and read and see what Ez' is posting, and I feel a bit better. There is so much going on in that single head. Amazing to watch.

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There has to be a head slap moment, when the lights get switched on, or a ship lands, or the bloke standing next to you pulls off his mask and states - "we were right here the whole time guys, you just werent ready to see us".



I see you met Ez'. When I feel things are complicated, I go and read and see what Ez' is posting, and I feel a bit better. There is so much going on in that single head. Amazing to watch.
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im in tears- thanks for your help :dubya:

smile_hear odance
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here's a think muncher for ya's ;))
You know that old pony about what an exquisite "COINCIDENCE" it is that the sun is exactly 400 times bigger than the moon and that the sun is exactly 400 times further out than the moon, so making "only" in these circumstances a
total eclipse possible? and that said moon always hides its back-side
from us, so making it very private round there??
Now say you had a star-gate in the sun and you only ever used it at times of total-eclipse! a base on the dark side, how discreet would that be!!

Justin Miho
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484984


Justin, Justin, you smartypants you! You just made my head explode, my friend.
Now I have to clean up this mess before I can retire to the boudoir for the evening. Makes ye wonder who designed that bidniz. *swabs the deck*
You aren't over there munching monotomic gold are ye?
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We is walkin on gold here darlin, rivers are runnin with it, crushed quartz crunches a rythem as you step, ozone's so thick that it just takes your mind away
my poor old think-muncher gots enuf spin-state without no-mo mon-atom!
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There has to be a head slap moment, when the lights get switched on, or a ship lands, or the bloke standing next to you pulls off his mask and states - "we were right here the whole time guys, you just werent ready to see us".



I see you met Ez'. When I feel things are complicated, I go and read and see what Ez' is posting, and I feel a bit better. There is so much going on in that single head. Amazing to watch.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


im in tears- thanks for your help :dubya:

smile_hear odance
 Quoting: ezrin



Yo to that guys!
Eez dont no it but his back story is soo same as mine, walks my girls every day
(Ishtar & Vesta) through a fog of neg-ions around a huge mega-lith,
somedays we touches subtler realities and if we're really on, we gets a big wooo
of knowing! aaaaaah!!
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not trying to deflect a serious discusion but on a related issue......

What is a "Corium quake"?
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I didn't know what corium was.. This may help those like me.

[link to enformable.com]
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Yep, Corium is a delicious mixture of nuclear fuel, zircaloy cladding, containment vessel wall, concrete and a sprinkle of control rod for taste..

Think of it as a molten blob of white hot metal that is self-heating.. It sometimes flows into pipes and other container like structures under the pull of gravity due to it's multi-tonne weight. After Chernobyl was encased in it's new building.. the team drilled into the reactor vessel itself to ascertain the condition of the nuclear fuel.. to their surprise they found none.. turns out it flowed into the basement and into the thousands of pipes and channels present in the RBMK design. This was credited with the sharp and unexplained drop in radiation during the later part of the Battle of Chernobyl.

The problem with Corium is that it is uncontrollable.. and if it comes in contact with a good moderator, and has the right geometry, it can undergo prompt criticality(rapid self sustaining nuclear reaction) and even explode. In both Chernobyl and Fukushima, there have been theories that prompt criticality occurred.

In Chernobyl, when the steam voids (areas where the coolant has been allowed to become super heated, you get a massive power increase) and because the Soviet RBMK reactor design uses a graphite moderated channel type deign (think of hundreds of small nuclear reactors all combined into one very big core for RBMK) it was still critical when the water was reduced. In all but the RBMK and the sodium reactor (nuclear subs and experimental systems) the moderator is water, so if it forms steam voids (bubbles or pockets of steam instead of water) the lack of moderation retards the reaction. In the soviet design, this was not the case and moderation continues even with water removed. As the reaction increased, it made more steam, which produced more power and so on..

This is called a positive feed back loop and what was unknown to the operators at the time was the RBMK design had a high positive void coefficient problem. When the operators noticed the huge spike in power, they scrammed the plant (S.C.R.A.M= Safety Cut Axe Man, to emergency stop and insert all rods to stop the reaction) It had an unintended effect. When the rods inserted, they displaced even more coolant in the channels and caused a massive increase in thermal power, exactly opposite of what they expected, and the control rods had graphite tips providing additional moderation. The first reports from the IAEA had stated that the explosion was caused by steam pressure alone, but the amount of force was so great that it blew a 2000 tonne concrete and steel bio-shield lid vertically into the air. Uncontrolled, prompt criticality can certainly generate the gigawatts of thermal energy (yes, it was measured in the control room as that high) needed for this level of kinetic thrust. Thus, the details for Chernobyl may now include criticality excursions in the timeline.

Prompt criticality excursions are the main reason why the gun-type design of the little boy design atomic bomb was rejected in favor of the implosion design. The chance that problems with the high explosive or purity of the physics package could cause the bomb to fizzle instead of go super critical was a deal breaker, even though it was the much easier to construct and design.

Spontainous prompt criticality is a major issue, and the reason why proper geometry (actual physical shape of cast materials) is so important, in Corium, you loose control of everything, including shape and moderation.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to skitamura.sakura.ne.jp]

Forward to Japan,

There are many key indicators that do not pass the smell test for me.

1)Reported problems with the plant BEFORE the wave hit. (Stuxnet?)

2)4 Reactors building explosions, but only three reactors were fueled? Why was there an explosion in the offline plant? Official story stated that hydrogen from the other building. Modern plants like the GE Mark I have hermetically sealed containment buildings and controls for the remaining structure as well, ambient gasses to not just pass freely, even to the superficial structure housing the containment.

So why did the offline plant explode? The theory I subscribe to the most is prompt criticality from uncovered fuel in the spent fuel pool. So take please take note of this when officials tell you that nuclear plants can not and will not explode.. they can and have on both a large (Chernobyl and possibly Fukushima) and small scale (Sodium reactor test bed outside LA)

3)Neutron beams observed. (indicator of ongoing fission, and thus risk of more prompt criticality)

With Corium there is no control of geometry or reaction at all.. you get what you get, and if the conditions are right, you can get a big blast and lots of fission products released. The results of which would look a lot like what Perth is showing you.. not an earthquake, but a short pulse like an explosion. The super-heating of the surrounding ocean also indicates that the corium has reached the water table and we now have a bona fide "China Syndrome" underway.

The only thing missing would be the massive radiation increase and or steam-vents, if its under water (a moderator) then perhaps that explains the west coast die-offs and high strangeness.

Anyhow, sorry for the long post, I've tried my best to break down what he is getting at for those who are not familiar with the processes and terminology.. hope it has helped.

Thanks!

If you don's quite understand, wikipedia has more then you ever wanted to know, please start there...

On Chernobyl:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

On Nuclear power:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


Quote from....

Thread: Fukushima... Corium quake??? activity right now..... sea temp unbelievable...


carry on
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I dont see the problem with the water temp ...
there is pink and red in the waters surrounding Northern Europe too !!! Thats becoz it is COLD here, its still WINTER temps.
So who sais that the waters around Japan are HOT, they could be COLD too ... I remember reading they had major snowfalls ;)

With this I dont say that the corium-side of the story couldnt be true ...
But in my opinion there is nothing abnormal with the water (winter) temps :)


xxxK
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not trying to deflect a serious discusion but on a related issue......

What is a "Corium quake"?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32041464


I didn't know what corium was.. This may help those like me.

[link to enformable.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36484566


SNIP

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


Quote from....

Thread: Fukushima... Corium quake??? activity right now..... sea temp unbelievable...


carry on
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I dont see the problem with the water temp ...
there is pink and red in the waters surrounding Northern Europe too !!! Thats becoz it is COLD here, its still WINTER temps.

So who sais that the waters around Japan are HOT, they could be COLD too ... I remember reading they had major snowfalls ;)

With this I dont say that the corium-side of the story couldnt be true ...
But in my opinion there is nothing abnormal with the water (winter) temps :)


xxxK
 Quoting: Krispy71


?
[link to weather.unisys.com]
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Grumpy was interested in this aspect too, on VC.

More interested in the radiation link, rather than the deep drilling side I tried to bring to the forefront.

One thing on temp sites I am not 100% sure about is what is the sattelite actually measuring? Surface temp? If it scans ocean, obviously there are multiple layers of temps, including ground temp at the bottom.

Which one is it measuring?
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I think the only way you could actually come across as an anon would be to get someone else to type your crap, off a note you had typed in plain text first, so your emotions dont come to prominence so much. It's that side of you that keeps coming through. The problem living with empaths is that all they see IS emotion, so its easy to zone in on what the person looks like who wrote the note, and once you compare it to another you know someone wrote, and they say thats them, you're busted, again. Just stop wasting your effort and energy, and let me do my thang here, and I'll do the same for you.

>> thanks for the neg karma, again.

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Carnival Triumph breaks loose from repair berth; man reported missing

(CNN) -- One person was missing Wednesday afternoon after high winds in Mobile, Alabama, caused the disabled cruise ship Carnival Triumph to break loose from its dock, officials said.

There were conflicting reports as to where the missing man was working.

An official with the city's fire department said the missing man and another person were in a guard shack that was blown into Mobile River. One man has been recovered from the water.

However, the Coast Guard said the missing person was involved in repair work on the Triumph. The call to the Coast Guard came in at 1:45 p.m. CT.

Carnival spokeswoman Joyce Oliva said all of the company's crew members and contractors on the ship have been accounted for.

Wind gusts reached between 40 and 50 miles per hour Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service in Mobile.

The Triumph has been at BAE Shipyard in the Port of Mobile since an engine fire in February left the cruise ship crippled and adrift in the Gulf of Mexico with more than 4,200 people aboard. For four days, tugboats guided the disabled ship into the port as passengers complained about miserable conditions on board.

On Wednesday, it drifted across the shipyard after breaking free. Tugboats kept it from drifting farther down river, the Coast Guard said.

CNN affiliate WKRG reported the cruise ship had a hole on the right side of the stern.

Carnival said in late March the ship would be out of service until June 3. In addition to repairs, workers will increase the number of systems and services that the Triumph and other Carnival ships can run on backup power.

Wednesday's incident was the latest in several headline-making issues for one of the world's leading cruise lines. Four of the company's 23 ships have had problems in recent months.

The cruise line has offered affected passengers refunds and discounts on future cruises.

It faces a class-action lawsuit in the face of the Triumph's last cruise when passengers reported that food was scarce, cruise goers sweltered in the heat with no air conditioning, toilets overflowed and human waste ran down the walls in some parts of the ship.

The problems have also prompted one U.S. lawmaker to propose a "Cruise Ship Passenger Bill of Rights."

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-New York, said he was asking the cruise industry to voluntarily sign on to a list of guidelines, including the right to backup power if generators fail and the right to disembark a docked ship "if basic provisions cannot adequately be provided on board."

He also called on the International Maritime Organization to investigate whether cruise lines are following existing guidelines, and whether existing standards are being enforced by countries where cruise ships that serve U.S. passengers are based.

"Cruise ships, in large part operating outside the bounds of United States enforcement, have become the Wild West of the travel industry, and it's time to rein them in before anyone else gets hurt," Schumer said in a statement. "This bill of rights, based on work we've done with the airline industry, will ensure that passengers aren't forced to live in third world conditions or put their lives at risk when they go on vacation."


**** also the hot rumour about this and other cruise ships that mysteriously have lost power, especially those employing elecrtic 'pod' motors or electric bow and stern thrusters, is that when brought back to port, the entire ship has had to be encircled with a steel anchor chain, that is dragged from bow to stern, in order to 'degauss' them.

What would be charging these huge vessels up to the point where they have become magnetised? Where does all this take place?

Sounds like a familiar story?!!!!

Now bring in U3's thread, and its gettin interesting!!

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Thread: FAA issues "no-fly" zone over Arkansas oil spill.


Minor pipeline rupture? Why issue a no fly zone.

[link to tfr.faa.gov]
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Hi fellow researchers...I mean,fellow Bezerker's...heh!

Listen, I've run across something new to me and have been perplexing over it so thought I'd run it by you.

I ran across this:

Earth Has Four Corners.”

Quoting from this article, which was recovered from microfilm at the Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak Library, we read the following: “The Earth has four corners, measurements made of earth-circling satellites have shown…The four-cornered, or pyramid-like, design was found by calculating the changes in the orbits of globe-girdling satellites. At the center of the high points, the satellites were pulled downward a few hundred feet by the unexpectedly high gravity…The new figure for earth was found by scientists at John Hopkin’s Applied Physics Laboratory in Silver Spring, Md., working under a contract for the U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Naval Weapons.”

The report included a world map that shows all four of the Earth’s high corners are located in the Earth’s oceans and that there are also four low spots, which are additionally found in the vast oceans. Each of the high spots covers several thousand square miles of ocean and were a staggering 220 feet “higher” than what the equalized average depth of the ocean should be in that area. The low points on the other hand are apx. 253 feet “below” [what should be] the stabilized oceans average.


The perplexing question is, “What is holding back these seething mountains of water from rushing to fill the low spots?”


and here's a map of the 4 corners...red squares where it's high and yellow where it's low....

[link to www.cuttingedge.org]



and I'm talking about it in this thread
Thread: Bermuda Triangle, Dragon's Triangle, 4 Corners of the Earth:Is there a correlation?


A poster pointed out to me that the hollow earth could account for the low and high spots. That got me to thinking about all the tunnels, etc: under the ocean and earth....and of course, the gulf!

You know, when we are trying to figure out what's going on and determining effects, etc:, there are so many things to consider.

Anyway, I just wanted you to have this information about the corners....it may or may not influence whatever is going on in the gulf.

And if any of you have thoughts to share on my thread....please drop by. I think the more all of us can pull data together on these mysterious influences, the better.

Although, I really wonder if we will ever figure it out? And, maybe I'd rather not. After all, isn't chasing these mysteries fun? rockon

Love you guys....hope Easter and April Fool's were good times for ya'!!!!! hf
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Bruce Cathie, a New Zealander, is the guy to talk to about such matters.
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Maybe this:

Thread: UPDATE......Louisiana lightning tonight...pretty intense...STRANGE PULSATING GLOW IN DISTANCE...VIDS!!!!!!!

Check out the 36 second video posted at 11pm last night. The pulsating red looks something like the flight-view of the possible China nuclear explosion posted several years ago
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Hi fellow researchers...I mean,fellow Bezerker's...heh!

Listen, I've run across something new to me and have been perplexing over it so thought I'd run it by you.

I ran across this:

Earth Has Four Corners.”

Quoting from this article, which was recovered from microfilm at the Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak Library, we read the following: “The Earth has four corners, measurements made of earth-circling satellites have shown…The four-cornered, or pyramid-like, design was found by calculating the changes in the orbits of globe-girdling satellites. At the center of the high points, the satellites were pulled downward a few hundred feet by the unexpectedly high gravity…The new figure for earth was found by scientists at John Hopkin’s Applied Physics Laboratory in Silver Spring, Md., working under a contract for the U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Naval Weapons.”

The report included a world map that shows all four of the Earth’s high corners are located in the Earth’s oceans and that there are also four low spots, which are additionally found in the vast oceans. Each of the high spots covers several thousand square miles of ocean and were a staggering 220 feet “higher” than what the equalized average depth of the ocean should be in that area. The low points on the other hand are apx. 253 feet “below” [what should be] the stabilized oceans average.


The perplexing question is, “What is holding back these seething mountains of water from rushing to fill the low spots?”


and here's a map of the 4 corners...red squares where it's high and yellow where it's low....

[link to www.cuttingedge.org]



and I'm talking about it in this thread
Thread: Bermuda Triangle, Dragon's Triangle, 4 Corners of the Earth:Is there a correlation?


A poster pointed out to me that the hollow earth could account for the low and high spots. That got me to thinking about all the tunnels, etc: under the ocean and earth....and of course, the gulf!

You know, when we are trying to figure out what's going on and determining effects, etc:, there are so many things to consider.

Anyway, I just wanted you to have this information about the corners....it may or may not influence whatever is going on in the gulf.

And if any of you have thoughts to share on my thread....please drop by. I think the more all of us can pull data together on these mysterious influences, the better.

Although, I really wonder if we will ever figure it out? And, maybe I'd rather not. After all, isn't chasing these mysteries fun? rockon

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Bruce Cathie, a New Zealander, is the guy to talk to about such matters.
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Snap! just mentioned Bruce on his thread.
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Was thinking about Cathie, and grids and energy flows, and started doing some looking about on the pipelines within the US, and it struck me that these pipelines are generally thought of as a singular product carrier.

i.e. an 'oil' pipeline.

Modern pipelines are multi carriers of various grades and types of oils, which are often only one of the materials being transported.

The viscosity of the oil allows other products, such as gasses and even solids (coal, minerals) to be placed within the flow.

At the other end, the various products are separated.

With that in mind, the no fly zone over the spill, a side from covering the mess from the public eye, may also be about methane or gas release from the same pipeline.

They can also be considered giant, hollow cables, as they traverse large distances, and are one piece, and there fore able to sustain a wave form within them, or even carry basic frequencies from one point to another. A covert network outside the usual channels.

This also makes them especially vulnerable to CMEs and other incomming radiation from space.

That incomming information might be captured by oil pipelines, and transferred to the oil within is ironic.

Ironic? or planned.
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Was thinking about Cathie, and grids and energy flows, and started doing some looking about on the pipelines within the US, and it struck me that these pipelines are generally thought of as a singular product carrier.

i.e. an 'oil' pipeline.

Modern pipelines are multi carriers of various grades and types of oils, which are often only one of the materials being transported.

The viscosity of the oil allows other products, such as gasses and even solids (coal, minerals) to be placed within the flow.

At the other end, the various products are separated.

With that in mind, the no fly zone over the spill, a side from covering the mess from the public eye, may also be about methane or gas release from the same pipeline.

They can also be considered giant, hollow cables, as they traverse large distances, and are one piece, and there fore able to sustain a wave form within them, or even carry basic frequencies from one point to another. A covert network outside the usual channels.

This also makes them especially vulnerable to CMEs and other incomming radiation from space.

That incomming information might be captured by oil pipelines, and transferred to the oil within is ironic.

Ironic? or planned.
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Very good points BHD. That reminded me of something I saw on a youtube video which I tried to post, but it would not post. Might I remind you to view again "Artifacts of the Lost Civilization"
You remember from 2010, right, a conference in Australia.

There was mentioned certain frequency tones from sites, tones that were not the music scales. I just wondered if there are so many of these sites around earth, what are the possibilities that they could be disturbed or distorted from mining, fracking, and such.

There has been a lot of quakes in Indiana and Virginia lately. But then, there are a lot of quakes world wide lately, especially on the ocean ridges and in Canada, close to Greenland, and Iceland too according to ANF.


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Update from Gabes thread:

Thread: F.O.G. (Page 772)

Just in...
Millions of people in the greater New Orleans area have been poisoned since early Wednesday morning. Exxon Chalmette Refinery has released hazardous chemicals that have impacted human rights throughout the area, according to a watchdog group but the state Department of Environmental Quality officials say they have been unable to find the source. .
A chemical release throughout Greater New Orleans has been so strong, it awakened residents in early hours Wednesday, many reporting burning eyes and throats, and prompting a Louisiana Bucket Brigade rapid response investigation team to mobilize.

"I suddenly woke up at 4am and I got up from my bed and I got a very strong petroleum smell even in my living room. I live at 204 South Saratoga...," a resident wrote Wednesday on the iWitness Pollution Map page managed by Louisiana Bucket Brigade.

That was only one of a host of similar reports by people awakened by the chemical attack.

"Around 3:45 AM there was a strong odor in that area smelled chemical and rancid. My eyes began to immediately burn, and throat itched," a Lake Pontchartrain resident wrote on the iWitness Pollution Map page Wednesday at 2:09 P.M. Wednesday.

At 2:00 P.M., another person reported seeing giant flare from a Chalmette refiner from the Mississippi River bridge.

"Rain in the last 12 hours has brought a scent of natural gas that is overwhelming. Woke up in the night afraid I had left on the stove..." another reported.

"There is a nasty burnt rubber smell on Lake Ponchartrain, near the UNO campus. Its making me feel very asthmatic," wrote another.

The list of such reports is extensive. Toxicologists say that feeling the effects of chemicals means poisoning has already occurred.

"It has smelled like gas all day in [A]lgiers," one person reported.

ExxonMobil’s Chalmette Refinery reported releasing 10 pounds of benzene and 100 pounds of hydrogen sulfide early on Wednesday, but La. Bucket Brigade's founding director Anne Rolfes said it released "far more."

The refinery has a bad habit of under-reporting and an "ongoing accident problem, especially during bad weather," Rolfes said.

"There was a flash flood advisory and heavy rain during the night when the chemical smells began," she reported. "Rain is a fact of life in south Louisiana. There is no excuse for Exxon’s ongoing failure to prepare."

Wednesday, DEQ began investigating the widespread complaints of a "chemical" odor throughout the New Orleans metro area.

Jefferson Parish officials are working with DEQ and the Coast Guard to investigate and attempt to locate a source of the reported odor.

The DEQ says it has not linked the chemicals to Exxon in Clamette.

“We apologize to neighbors for any inconvenience this leak incident may have caused,” said Chalmette Refining, LLC, representative Janet Matsushita, manager. “The health and safety of neighbors, community, and employees are our top priority.”
[link to www.examiner.com]


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There was info in Gabes thread about this as well.

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This is what makes this place rock!

A few different ideas, and expanded upon directions.

Creative thinking breeds creative thinking and new concepts and links between areas no commonly linked.
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Hey BaHD, that stuff before about anon's empath's and thangs,
that directed @ me? I mean i can see how it could be!
So please for clarity just-say, or not either way I'le know hey-ho!!
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Hey BaHD, that stuff before about anon's empath's and thangs,
that directed @ me? I mean i can see how it could be!
So please for clarity just-say, or not either way I'le know hey-ho!!
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Ancient Poseidon and Back to Sinkholes ~ maybe more to them than meets the eye, at least in ancient times?


The Geomythological approach – The Proposal of Geomythological interpretation of
Poseidon’s birth

Taking into account all the above mentioned and also that:

1. at Genesion, next to Dini, where the water from Argon Pedion ends up through the Nestani sinkhole, the ancient Argeans sacrificed horses to Poseidon,
2. that in Milia there is the temple of Ippios Poseidon and
3. that in a roman mosaic (Brado Museum, Tunis) Poseidon rises from the sea on a chariot pulled by 4 horses, then there can be no doubt that the emerging point of Poseidon
has to be the greatest area of Dini and Genesion.
The Great Question: How can a God of springs, lakes and seas – a God - protector of water in
general, and at the same time a God of the interior of the Earth to move from his birthplace, Nestani village, to his main action places, the Saronic gulf, the Aegean sea and the rest of the Hellenic area?

Is it possible that he moved over the mountains – mountain Artemision– as Artemis or Pan
would do? No, it isn’t.

Poseidon must have used the Nestani sinkhole to arrive to Dini, i.e. he used the route of the Argon Pedion waters.

5 GENERAL CONCLUSIONS

Some people may think that all the above-mentioned are a great story, but what do all these really mean? Is Greek Mythology nothing more than a tale?
Greek Mythology is not a product of imagination of the imaginative Greeks, but the encrypted physical and geological evolution of this area.
The hydrogeological conditions of the greatest area are directly connected to the actions of a God of the prehistoric Greeks.
Poseidon could never be the creation of a different nation, adopted by the Greeks. He is an autochthonous God.
Poseidon may not be the first inhabitant of Mantineia Prefecture, but he is certainly the mostfamous of the prehistoric Mantineians and, why not, the Ptoleans (the inhabitants of Ptolis).
But, we have to note that not even one of today’s inhabitants of Nestani is aware of its prehistory, with the exception of a few “initiated” ones. That is really a pity !!
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Ancient Poseidon and Back to Sinkholes ~ maybe more to them than meets the eye, at least in ancient times?


The Geomythological approach – The Proposal of Geomythological interpretation of
Poseidon’s birth

Taking into account all the above mentioned and also that:

1. at Genesion, next to Dini, where the water from Argon Pedion ends up through the Nestani sinkhole, the ancient Argeans sacrificed horses to Poseidon,
2. that in Milia there is the temple of Ippios Poseidon and
3. that in a roman mosaic (Brado Museum, Tunis) Poseidon rises from the sea on a chariot pulled by 4 horses, then there can be no doubt that the emerging point of Poseidon
has to be the greatest area of Dini and Genesion.
The Great Question: How can a God of springs, lakes and seas – a God - protector of water in
general, and at the same time a God of the interior of the Earth to move from his birthplace, Nestani village, to his main action places, the Saronic gulf, the Aegean sea and the rest of the Hellenic area?

Is it possible that he moved over the mountains – mountain Artemision– as Artemis or Pan
would do? No, it isn’t.

Poseidon must have used the Nestani sinkhole to arrive to Dini, i.e. he used the route of the Argon Pedion waters.

5 GENERAL CONCLUSIONS

Some people may think that all the above-mentioned are a great story, but what do all these really mean? Is Greek Mythology nothing more than a tale?
Greek Mythology is not a product of imagination of the imaginative Greeks, but the encrypted physical and geological evolution of this area.
The hydrogeological conditions of the greatest area are directly connected to the actions of a God of the prehistoric Greeks.
Poseidon could never be the creation of a different nation, adopted by the Greeks. He is an autochthonous God.
Poseidon may not be the first inhabitant of Mantineia Prefecture, but he is certainly the mostfamous of the prehistoric Mantineians and, why not, the Ptoleans (the inhabitants of Ptolis).
But, we have to note that not even one of today’s inhabitants of Nestani is aware of its prehistory, with the exception of a few “initiated” ones. That is really a pity !!
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SOURCE:

Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece vol. XXXVI, 2004
Proceedings of the 10th International Congress, Thessaloniki, April 2004


THE ARGON FIELD IN ARCADIA, THE SINKHOLE OF NESTANI VILLAGE,GOD POSEIDON AND THE SUBMARINE DINI SPRINGS IN THE ARGOLIC GULF (PELOPONNISOS, GREECE).

A GEOMYTHOLOGICAL APPROACH OF THE POSEIDON’S BIRTH.


Mariolakos I.D.1
, Mariolakos D.I.2*

1 Dr.rer.nat., Em. Prof. of Geology, Department of Dynamic Tectonic and Applied Geology, School of Geology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 157 74, Athens,
mariolakos@geol.uoa.gr Geologist, MSc Environmentologist, Drs. Erasmus Univ., Rotterdam.

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