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

 
Krispy71

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Okay people, forgive me for not yet having the summary of the last 25 pages, but it was so hecktic yesterday -in posting and doing research for leads in postings- that I have not been able to do more then 3 pages ...
Lots of things have been mentioned and posted that have so much importance and relevance !
We were looking in the right places as was lateron confirmed by the clue's OP gave and their own speculations.
We can be proud of our archievements here folks !!!!

Just give me some time to work the summary out ;)
(and I have to share the comp with my daughter ...lol..)
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07/05/2010 08:14 AM

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Yes BUT they want the US Navy to reveal the locations of their submarines.
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Hmmmmzzz .. now THAT is interesting rockon and usefull ;)
Maybe this is going to throw a ball up for this event with OP's sub ...
bevvy
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07/05/2010 08:18 AM
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did we ever find out about the embassador being summond to see Sarkozy?
Anonymous Coward
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07/05/2010 08:21 AM
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Yes BUT they want the US Navy to reveal the locations of their submarines.


Hmmmmzzz .. now THAT is interesting rockon and usefull ;)
Maybe this is going to throw a ball up for this event with OP's sub ...
 Quoting: Krispy71


in the article, did they mention the location of that accident with/fisherboat?
i hope its not near the golf :))
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07/05/2010 08:29 AM

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Yes BUT they want the US Navy to reveal the locations of their submarines.


Hmmmmzzz .. now THAT is interesting rockon and usefull ;)
Maybe this is going to throw a ball up for this event with OP's sub ...


in the article, did they mention the location of that accident with/fisherboat?
i hope its not near the golf :))
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 979825

From the reuters article
The Bugaled Breizh sank mysteriously in the English Channel on January 15, 2004, a day before NATO forces started military exercises in the area.
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07/05/2010 08:35 AM
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Could this be flocking on the ROV camera lens? How could that stuff be so sticky?

[link to www.bp.com]
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07/05/2010 08:40 AM
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Could this be flocking on the ROV camera lens? How could that stuff be so sticky?

[link to www.bp.com]
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Can someone post a screenshot of it. Its getting bigger lol
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07/05/2010 09:04 AM
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FYI - Pirates hijack ship carrying antifreeze chemical - Yahoo! (28 June)

[link to news.yahoo.com]
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07/05/2010 09:10 AM
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FYI - Submarines searching Gulf sea floor for fissures

[link to www.pbs.org]

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FYI - Submarines searching Gulf sea floor for fissures

[link to www.pbs.org]

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quote of the week

Regarding the use of Corexit oil dispersants, Dudley said they have been approved by the EPA and been used in the Gulf for a long time but he acknowledged that they've never been used in the quantities they have been with this effort. As for their toxicity, he said "many things have a toxicity level, including dish soap," adding that Corexit's toxicity is "not far off" from that.

Gee I believe him, don't you???
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07/05/2010 09:45 AM
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Before I state the drawback, let your mind imagine the consequence. The US have found the biggest secret in alchemy. Me and my girlfriend were up for hours discussing this. Who needs oil when you can make gold?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531


The only reason to create gold would be to destroy the commodity.

Gold only holds value because it's rare and very difficult to mine. In creating a way to produce Gold would be in essence no different than printing money at the Federal Reserve.
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07/05/2010 09:52 AM
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Before I state the drawback, let your mind imagine the consequence. The US have found the biggest secret in alchemy. Me and my girlfriend were up for hours discussing this. Who needs oil when you can make gold?


The only reason to create gold would be to destroy the commodity.

Gold only holds value because it's rare and very difficult to mine. In creating a way to produce Gold would be in essence no different than printing money at the Federal Reserve.
 Quoting: sdisme

transportation/modern society doesn't run on goldbars.
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perhaps first refill fort knox and then switch to biofuels
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07/05/2010 09:56 AM
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Does anyone understand, "if this is just an experiment" at what cost the ultimate price will be? This is why I want to be wrong, so badly.
 Quoting: TheWatcher



"I think the EPA has been struggling to respond to this crisis," said Aaron Viles with the Gulf Restoration Network. "It's all really a giant science experiment and we're terribly concerned that in the long run the impacts are going to be significant and we really don't know what we're doing to the ecosystem."

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Before I state the drawback, let your mind imagine the consequence. The US have found the biggest secret in alchemy. Me and my girlfriend were up for hours discussing this. Who needs oil when you can make gold?


The only reason to create gold would be to destroy the commodity.

Gold only holds value because it's rare and very difficult to mine. In creating a way to produce Gold would be in essence no different than printing money at the Federal Reserve.
 Quoting: sdisme


keep in mind Sdisme that they did not CREATED this, producing or retrieving gold was not the intended step, but maybe it was found by "luck" ...
So if you find a pile of money - a golden egg producing goose , would you not take it home and use it ?
Sure you would ...
Maybe the goal they were looking after was about methane and algae, but now they stumbled upon something more spectacular. If they had know from the start they would have had taken better precautions and equipment, vessels up there and would have silently retrieved the gooses-eggs.
Now they are digging an other hole maybe in the hope there will be even more or the same amount of gold-substance. BUT what the french found out, must be a known fact to the US as well.
And maybe that is something they have their hands in their hairs for ... I think a bunch of smartheads are working their buds off on how to make the morphing gold stable (in form and isotopical)
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07/05/2010 10:05 AM
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Talking about gold pedomicrobium reminded me of something with gold and H1N1.

Here is some information on gold microbiology.

[link to futurity.org]

Gold nanorods deliver antiviral punch
Biocompatibility makes gold nanorods an efficient and effective vehicle to deliver powerful immune activator molecules to combat a host of viruses, including H1N1, avian flu and perhaps Ebola.

U. BUFFALO (US)—Future pandemics of seasonal flu, H1N1, and other drug-resistant viruses may be thwarted by a potent, immune-boosting payload that is effectively delivered to cells by gold nanorods.
Paras Prasad, distinguished professor of chemistry, physics, electrical engineering, and medicine at the University at Buffalo, says the research has the potential “to usher in a new generation of antiviral medicines to aggressively treat a broad range of infectious diseases, from H1N1 to avian flu and perhaps Ebola, that are becoming increasingly resistant to the medicines used against them.”

The paper published in the current issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, describes the single strand RNA molecule, which prompts a strong immune response against the influenza virus by ramping up the host’s cellular production of interferons, proteins that inhibit viral replication.

But, like most RNA molecules, they are unstable when delivered into cells. Researchers discovered that gold nanorods act as an efficient vehicle to deliver the powerful immune activator molecule into cells.

“It all boils down to how we can deliver the immune activator,” says Suryaprakesh Sambhara of the Centers for Disease Control and a coauthor on the paper.

A key advantage is gold’s biocompatibility.

“The gold nanorods protect the RNA from degrading once inside cells, while allowing for more selected targeting of cells,” says coauthor Paul Knight, professor of anesthesiology, microbiology and infectious diseases at Buffalo.

“This work demonstrates that the modulation of host response is going to be critical to the next generation of anti-viral therapies,” Chakravarthy explains.

“The novelty of this approach is that most of these kinds of RNA viruses share a common host-response immune pathway; that is what we have targeted with our nanoparticle therapy. By enhancing the host immune response, we avoid the difficulty of ongoing viral resistance generated through mutations.”

Diseases that could be effectively targeted with this new approach include any viruses that are susceptible to the innate immune response that type 1 interferons trigger, Prasad notes.

Based on these in vitro results, the UB and CDC researchers are beginning animal studies.

“This collaboration has been extraordinary as two disparate research groups at UB and a third at the CDC have managed to maintain progress toward a common goal: treatment of influenza,” says co-author Adela Bonoiu, research assistant professor.
WyldBloo

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07/05/2010 10:22 AM
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Good day, I Read and see we(me and my girlfriend) are not allowed to speculate?. i'm not to add extra?
When I'm reporting from the DED I post as is. When I'm offline I have time to use better English and vocabulary.. This makes you think I'm two different OP's?..
I will not speculate anymore, I will not get involved here, I will just post here and some elsewhere. This is important. You can make the connection between.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531


OP, please add as much "extra" as you wish. I have been reading from the first post and I very much appreciate what you are providing.

Don't let anyone stop you. There are many people here that read but don't comment -
think about us. peace
SR37
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07/05/2010 10:27 AM
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>snip<

Yes good thinking ...

Can someone look up if any kind of work down there could involve radiation in any way ? Maybe used by "fracking"-techniques or other things.
I read about some compounds in the volcano being radioactive from themselves ... so how about that ?
(and in my head it is repeating > the magnetisme key ...lol... )

magnetisme mmmm
last days there were suddenly several "thingies" around the
last piece of the BOP. they were put on top of the firm bolds and with a shiny cilinder pointing/resting to the center of the pipe.

I stated that BOP looks the last days as a lab, with all those wires.


It just hit my mind that "THE BLOB attached to wires of the BOP" could be MAGNETISED material instead of FROZEN methane or goo like was speculated previously ...

What do you guys think ?

Several times a ROV was banging on those wires to get them off.
I gues to much ice could block whatever is in those wires, but to much magnetic irons and material could also be BAD for the bop and equipment !

;)
 Quoting: Krispy71


WOW Krispy! I was looking right this second for a screenshot of the 'blob' hanging on the wires because Watcher and myself were remembering those toys with beard guy and that 'gunk' looked like when you held the magnet off the plastic and the fibers/nodules stood on end.

We are SO on the same page with this.
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Good day, I Read and see we(me and my girlfriend) are not allowed to speculate?. i'm not to add extra?
When I'm reporting from the DED I post as is. When I'm offline I have time to use better English and vocabulary.. This makes you think I'm two different OP's?..
I will not speculate anymore, I will not get involved here, I will just post here and some elsewhere. This is important. You can make the connection between.


OP, please add as much "extra" as you wish. I have been reading from the first post and I very much appreciate what you are providing.

Don't let anyone stop you. There are many people here that read but don't comment -
think about us. peace
 Quoting: WyldBloo


OP said too that she/he start another thread, when this should be opportune
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looks very neat 100 vessels at one location
[link to www.marinetraffic.com]
Krispy71

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07/05/2010 10:31 AM

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@SR37
I am not so keen on nanobots (gold or whatever) to shuckle upon anything in our body ... brrrrr....
lets get not so dependent on chemicals and technologies to keep us healthy,
I believe in the regenerative forces of our own body and our capacities in that area are so poorly explored and recognised.

It gives me the kreeps when I read things about influenza regulation ... if we eat healthy (not engeneerd) food and clean water and are not afraid of some bacteria then we grow our own resistance against diseases. In some cases like the plague and other epidemic virusses we do need some medicine. But not on the level that is now handled worldwide in welthy and healty lands.

I believe more in the holographic healing science of Geriaev
[link to inrepose.typepad.com]
the father of fractal/wave genetics
[link to www.fractal.org]
[link to www.emergentmind.org]

I believe in this work lay the answers and keys to recreate what has been damaged without dangerous toxins ...
Maybe even in the GULF.
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07/05/2010 10:34 AM
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Listening to Dudley interview, this guy fails to address the real issues in so many ways.

Called media restriction an "urban myth". but it was posted this morning harsher penalties for reporters and tougher restrictions... Great talking head though, much smoother than Tony.
Still watching the thread, nothing to contribute, so just reading.

Denies any evidence of methane leaks from the ocean floor found, well, I have a photo for him,lmao.

Here's the Anderson Cooper vid and article [link to rawstory.com]

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SR37
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@SR37
I am not so keen on nanobots (gold or whatever) to shuckle upon anything in our body ... brrrrr....
lets get not so dependent on chemicals and technologies to keep us healthy,
I believe in the regenerative forces of our own body and our capacities in that area are so poorly explored and recognised.

It gives me the kreeps when I read things about influenza regulation ... if we eat healthy (not engeneerd) food and clean water and are not afraid of some bacteria then we grow our own resistance against diseases. In some cases like the plague and other epidemic virusses we do need some medicine. But not on the level that is now handled worldwide in welthy and healty lands.

I believe more in the holographic healing science of Geriaev
[link to inrepose.typepad.com]
the father of fractal/wave genetics
[link to www.fractal.org]
[link to www.emergentmind.org]

I believe in this work lay the answers and keys to recreate what has been damaged without dangerous toxins ...
Maybe even in the GULF.
 Quoting: Krispy71


I am fascinated in the advances in medical technology, to be able to attach the most delicate of arteries and vascular systems in a microscopic scale is amazingly spectacular!

That being said, I do not want gold delivering anything molecular in my body. Ever.

However in this regard it has me thinking about the fear of mercury in vaccines, and this gold microbiology discovery of delivering viral antibodies through gold...

So is this the idea? To replace mercury with gold in delivering vaccines? And the science world knows that gold is the perfect electrocal conductor? Just creepy at the thought of how this could be used for population control and not in the sense of decreasing the population, but controlling the population. Does that make sense?
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Look at the CANNYON OFFSHORE cam right now !!!

Flocks of something ... yellow and glowing ... gold? ... are everywhere in the water !
[link to www.jtnog.org]

I made a screenshot.


EDIT [link to www.mijnalbum.nl]

They are realy glowing like lava or sintles from fire, the ROV does a good job not to go in the middle stream of it.
They are hard to catch on a screenshot.
They are not the white flocks or the white cotton-line like things that float in the water.
These are yellow and orange or orange-red ...
look for yourselves ;)

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Question: Why now? Why would they take the
chances they are now? Isn't there a gold connection to the
Anunaki and Nibiru? I know, I know they don't exist. Didn't
want to go here, but I couldn't help myself.
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Like I said, Mr., let's see the proof. This whole topic is hearsay.
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Nanotechnology exists, a US sub might have sunk a French fishing boat six years ago and there' s Helium-3 on the moon.

What more proof do you need, you stupid shill?

It wouldn't be post on GLP if it wasn't true.
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Question: Why now? Why would they take the
chances they are now? Isn't there a gold connection to the
Anunaki and Nibiru? I know, I know they don't exist. Didn't
want to go here, but I couldn't help myself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1025890

Well.. according to the lost book of Enki, and Sitchin's interpretation of the Sumerian Tablets, the Annunaki were mining gold here to place in their own failing atmosphere.
Krispy71

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Question: Why now? Why would they take the
chances they are now? Isn't there a gold connection to the
Anunaki and Nibiru? I know, I know they don't exist. Didn't
want to go here, but I couldn't help myself.
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Yes there is ... according to the rumors this planet was used for goldmining ;)
They created several rases to do different types of jobs.
Yes it is a bit off-topic.
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Apparently Mr. Marshall is very upset that his invention is being used in this "crap theory" that someone said (I guess I should have just thought of this earlier because someone put this theory out there and posted it on the website that Mr. Marshall vents on.


I am Bruce Marshall, inventor and patent holder of the Marshall Hydrothermal Recovery System, www.marshallsystem.com. I have a Google Alert set up to direct me to articles, discussions, and postings about my system that I would otherwise be unaware of, and I was directed here as well as to yesterday's posting which generated the response you cited.

I was and am offended to be dragged, as I said in my earlier response, into someone else's fantasy. There is absolutely NOTHING, no sound science, no evidence, NOTHING that can be pointed to that would lead to a considered conclusion that this is a hydrothermal vent in the Gulf of Mexico, and that somehow BP is intentionally injecting oil (from where?) into the Gulf to cover this find up. Only an irrational and illogical thought train can carry someone to that destination, and it's a ride I don't want to go on.

That's not to say that conspiracies don't exist. I've been a student of the JFK assassination for decades, and I'm absolutely convinced not only that LHO didn't shoot him, but that he was completely innocent of shooting anyone, but there are a myriad of sound and irrefutable reasons by which one can come to that conclusion. I also know the WTC towers and WTC7 did not fall on their own, but again, that's based on undeniable scientific evidence, not some wild-ass theory without substantiation.

There is a huge difference between being shown thermate residue in the WTC dust and someone just mouthing off in an anonymous email suggesting that the worst ecological disaster in human history is a coverup because those at BP or in government want to hide a naturally-occurring hydrothermal vent from the public.

By the way, thanks to the poster in this forum who mentioned the peswiki article about the Marshall Hydrothermal Recovery System. I don't have a problem with being mentioned on this or any other site. I do have a problem with being linked to something ridiculous.

You can link me to science and reason any time, but I don't do fantasy.
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Apparently Mr. Marshall is very upset that his invention is being used in this "crap theory" that someone said (I guess I should have just thought of this earlier because someone put this theory out there and posted it on the website that Mr. Marshall vents on.


I am Bruce Marshall, inventor and patent holder of the Marshall Hydrothermal Recovery System, www.marshallsystem.com. I have a Google Alert set up to direct me to articles, discussions, and postings about my system that I would otherwise be unaware of, and I was directed here as well as to yesterday's posting which generated the response you cited.

I was and am offended to be dragged, as I said in my earlier response, into someone else's fantasy. There is absolutely NOTHING, no sound science, no evidence, NOTHING that can be pointed to that would lead to a considered conclusion that this is a hydrothermal vent in the Gulf of Mexico, and that somehow BP is intentionally injecting oil (from where?) into the Gulf to cover this find up. Only an irrational and illogical thought train can carry someone to that destination, and it's a ride I don't want to go on.

That's not to say that conspiracies don't exist. I've been a student of the JFK assassination for decades, and I'm absolutely convinced not only that LHO didn't shoot him, but that he was completely innocent of shooting anyone, but there are a myriad of sound and irrefutable reasons by which one can come to that conclusion. I also know the WTC towers and WTC7 did not fall on their own, but again, that's based on undeniable scientific evidence, not some wild-ass theory without substantiation.

There is a huge difference between being shown thermate residue in the WTC dust and someone just mouthing off in an anonymous email suggesting that the worst ecological disaster in human history is a coverup because those at BP or in government want to hide a naturally-occurring hydrothermal vent from the public.

By the way, thanks to the poster in this forum who mentioned the peswiki article about the Marshall Hydrothermal Recovery System. I don't have a problem with being mentioned on this or any other site. I do have a problem with being linked to something ridiculous.

You can link me to science and reason any time, but I don't do fantasy.
 Quoting: bcmarshall 1025912

You must be getting a ton of emails on marshall law then.
(just kidding with you)

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