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

 
Roxi

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I'm thinking that the OP might need some random noise here for a bit.

You guys up for it?


Yeah but post also on real things so I can noise-up the summary as well ...lol... I can not quote just jokes and funnys in my summary hahahaha
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A Whale's Big Gamble

TMT is making a pretty big gamble as the giant A Whalle has not gotten a contract from BP or the U.S. government.

According to the Associated Press (video below), the massive vessel—called "A Whale"-- is 3 1/2 football fields long and 10-story high. It's outfitted with 12 vents on either side of its bow.

Once deployed, the ship could vacuum about 21 million gallons of oil fouled water per day. The oil would then be moved to another tanker for disp
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I seem to remember originally the issue was that the French commander was upset because they (actually he didn't say bhawks, but just helico's) were merely flying US flag but carried no credentials.

Nope, those were the small, fast boats that tried to board and retrieve the 'cargo.'
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Small, fast boats... aren't there some small subs called Sharkhunter? Or was that just in a Bond movie? Memory blurring... too much data... LOL!
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I've something in my pocket,

That belongs across my face.

I keep it very close to me

in a most convenient place.

I'm sure you would not guess it

If you guessed a long, long while...

So I'll take it out and put it on,

It's a great, big Brownie smile!

(Brownies are the step before Girl Scouts)

Are these Brownie's spiked with some sort of herb?
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Gosh you're making me hungry! tounge
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As of this writing, the behemoth A Whale is not yet ready to attack the Gulf of Mexico oil spill after a weekend of testing proved inconclusive, mostly due to the rough sea state caused by Hurricane Alex, according to Nola, quoting a statement from TMT on Monday, July 5, 2010.
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SR37..North Georgia?
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West Central. The majority of our weather systems come straight from the panhandle in the Gulf.

Are you in North Georgia? Have you seen the silent lightning?
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07/05/2010 08:25 PM
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I'm thinking that the OP might need some random noise here for a bit.

You guys up for it?


Yeah but post also on real things so I can noise-up the summary as well ...lol... I can not quote just jokes and funnys in my summary hahahaha


Check this OUT:
[link to www.mcclatchydc.com]

3 minutes is aLL..
 Quoting: Roxi


Thanks, you guys should listen to this.
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SR37..North Georgia?


West Central. The majority of our weather systems come straight from the panhandle in the Gulf.

Are you in North Georgia? Have you seen the silent lightning?
 Quoting: SR37 1019703

Yes, ATL..ish. Been dry as a bone, all storms have been just south of the city toward you. I haven't heard thunder in a month.
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I've something in my pocket,

That belongs across my face.

I keep it very close to me

in a most convenient place.

I'm sure you would not guess it

If you guessed a long, long while...

So I'll take it out and put it on,

It's a great, big Brownie smile!

(Brownies are the step before Girl Scouts)
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Oh, Lord, I still remember that one!
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A Whale's Big Gamble

TMT is making a pretty big gamble as the giant A Whalle has not gotten a contract from BP or the U.S. government.

According to the Associated Press (video below), the massive vessel—called "A Whale"-- is 3 1/2 football fields long and 10-story high. It's outfitted with 12 vents on either side of its bow.

Once deployed, the ship could vacuum about 21 million gallons of oil fouled water per day. The oil would then be moved to another tanker for disp
 Quoting: Gabriel


Hopefully it is not filled with soldiers.
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Anyone else having trouble with staying online?
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I'm thinking that the OP might need some random noise here for a bit.

You guys up for it?


Yeah but post also on real things so I can noise-up the summary as well ...lol... I can not quote just jokes and funnys in my summary hahahaha


Check this OUT:
[link to www.mcclatchydc.com]

3 minutes is aLL..


Thanks, you guys should listen to this.
 Quoting: TheWatcher


Oh for f*cks sake!!!
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A Whale's Big Gamble

TMT is making a pretty big gamble as the giant A Whalle has not gotten a contract from BP or the U.S. government.

According to the Associated Press (video below), the massive vessel—called "A Whale"-- is 3 1/2 football fields long and 10-story high. It's outfitted with 12 vents on either side of its bow.

Once deployed, the ship could vacuum about 21 million gallons of oil fouled water per day. The oil would then be moved to another tanker for disp


Hopefully it is not filled with soldiers.
 Quoting: Karu


+1

Large enough for tanks, etc...
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By the way blink
Why would OP say that the french have a job for me ?????

anyone ?
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cryptography...


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SR37..North Georgia?


West Central. The majority of our weather systems come straight from the panhandle in the Gulf.

Are you in North Georgia? Have you seen the silent lightning?

Yes, ATL..ish. Been dry as a bone, all storms have been just south of the city toward you. I haven't heard thunder in a month.
 Quoting: Gabriel


We haven't had rain either! We see it on the radar, we see on the news when they say 'heading your way' on the Atlanta news stations, but it never makes it and no thunder. I will look on weather.com and see the darkest red storm systems on the dopplar radar, but it never gets here and even though it shows right over my road, it's not here. And as bright red as those systems show on the screen, it should be thundering like crazy, but it isn't. Lightning only, no rain.

We did have a drizzle for about 10 minutes last week, that's been it though.
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just now, french central naval command issued traffic on DED that all effected assets must prepare for possible US navy coup d'etat when evacuations begin (translation problem)
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... I was just reading a comic book where the protagonist said, "... a military coup, that's the only thing that can save us from where our dictators are taking us!"

How interesting.

I still think that a national act of repentance before God can do the trick. hf
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just now, french central naval command issued traffic on DED that all effected assets must prepare for possible US navy coup d'etat when evacuations begin (translation problem)



... I was just reading a comic book where the protagonist said, "... a military coup, that's the only thing that can save us from where our dictators are taking us!"

How interesting.

I still think that a national act of repentance before God can do the trick. hf

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Worked in the bible.
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A Whale's Big Gamble

TMT is making a pretty big gamble as the giant A Whalle has not gotten a contract from BP or the U.S. government.

According to the Associated Press (video below), the massive vessel—called "A Whale"-- is 3 1/2 football fields long and 10-story high. It's outfitted with 12 vents on either side of its bow.

Once deployed, the ship could vacuum about 21 million gallons of oil fouled water per day. The oil would then be moved to another tanker for disp


Hopefully it is not filled with soldiers.


+1

Large enough for tanks, etc...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1001520


If I may ask, what does +1 imply?
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Please explain how you got the word "antifreeze" from this article. I just checked the link and it reads "lubricating oil" which is not the same thing. Antifreeze goes in the radiator, oil does not.

Has the word in the article at Yahoo news been changed?


FYI - Pirates hijack ship carrying antifreeze chemical - Yahoo! (28 June)

[link to news.yahoo.com]
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It's not just BP's oil in the Gulf that threatens world's oceans

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A sobering new report warns that the oceans face a "fundamental and irreversible ecological transformation" not seen in millions of years as greenhouse gases and climate change already have affected temperature, acidity, sea and oxygen levels, the food chain and possibly major currents that could alter global weather.

"This is further evidence we are well on our way to the next great extinction event," said Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, the director of the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland in Australia and a co-author of the report.

"We are becoming increasingly certain that the world's marine ecosystems are reaching tipping points,...

Volcanic activity and large meteorite strikes in the past have "resulted in hostile conditions that have increased extinction rates and driven ecosystem collapse," the report says. "There is now overwhelming evidence human activities are driving rapid changes on a scale similar to these past events.




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I seem to remember originally the issue was that the French commander was upset because they (actually he didn't say bhawks, but just helico's) were merely flying US flag but carried no credentials.

Nope, those were the small, fast boats that tried to board and retrieve the 'cargo.'


Small, fast boats... aren't there some small subs called Sharkhunter? Or was that just in a Bond movie? Memory blurring... too much data... LOL!
 Quoting: SR37 1019703


yes sharkhunters and Orca but they are from WW2 and german
An sub called Orca and lateron renamed in

A multitude of U-Boat Skipper's, officers and crew are in the Membership of SHARKHUNTERS and contribute to the KTB with their personal memories of the Kriegsmarine and service in the U-Boats during WWII.


ORCA - navigation softwear
overview of the orca navy professional ecs software with support for additional military layer (aml) chart data.
[link to www.sevencs.com]

The Royal Dutch Navy uses the nick name "Orca" for the GIPSY trainer
O: [link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]
G: [link to www.dutchsubmarines.com]

Orca (Germany), Submarines - Submarine and submersible designs
The Orca design is based on the German Navy Narwhal vehicle and is built of amagnetic non-corrosive steel similar to that used in the German Navy MCMVs.The vehicle is designed to carry out a broad range of covert missions and is able to operate autonomously in the littoral environment carrying out visual and sensor reconnaissance operations, intelligence gathering and anti-mine warfare tasks.The 'dry' vehicle allows divers to exit and enter through the top or bottom of the hull using a lock-in/lock-out chamber. Stealth is assured as no air bubbles are emitted and the water is not disturbed in any way.The Orca can be fitted with a five-step telescopic mast carrying above-water sensors such as colour video camera with pan and tilt functions, together with HF/VHF radio antenna and GPS antennas. A second video camera fitted in the bow is used for classification and observation. An obstacle avoidance sonar with a range of 200 m is also mounted in the bow.Up to five divers (including the pilot) can be carried to a range in excess of 150 n miles (depending on mission profile and equipment carried). The vehicle can operate autonomously for several days and carries a 96-hour emergency life-support reserve. Communications equipment (which includes VHF radio, short-wave radio, intercom and UWT) allows the vehicle to carry out target updating and final mission planning while en route to the target area.It exhibits a very low acoustic and magnetic signature.The submersible is very manoeuvrable even at low speeds, while maximum speed
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Just a reminder.

The oil spill is moving with the loop current, which means it will make it out into the Atlantic. The World's oceans produce most of our atmospheric oxygen (marine organisms-photosynthesis) and oil is toxic to most of these organisms. The oceans are already acidifying, and marine life is declining globally because of good old fashioned pollution.

My point- are we at the tipping point for a global die-off due to oxygen depletion? At current rates of synthesis, it would take 2000 years to replace what is in the atmosphere now. Think about it.

References:

Oil toxicity to marine organisms
[link to www.sci-tech-today.com]

Oxygen replacement rates
[link to jgp.rupress.org]
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A Whale's Big Gamble

TMT is making a pretty big gamble as the giant A Whalle has not gotten a contract from BP or the U.S. government.

According to the Associated Press (video below), the massive vessel—called "A Whale"-- is 3 1/2 football fields long and 10-story high. It's outfitted with 12 vents on either side of its bow.

Once deployed, the ship could vacuum about 21 million gallons of oil fouled water per day. The oil would then be moved to another tanker for disp
 Quoting: Gabriel


Great find ;)
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It's not just BP's oil in the Gulf that threatens world's oceans

<snips>
A sobering new report warns that the oceans face a "fundamental and irreversible ecological transformation" not seen in millions of years as greenhouse gases and climate change already have affected temperature, acidity, sea and oxygen levels, the food chain and possibly major currents that could alter global weather.

[
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HA! Great minds think alike. I was writing while you were posting. Good post btw.
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I'm thinking that the OP might need some random noise here for a bit.

You guys up for it?


Yeah but post also on real things so I can noise-up the summary as well ...lol... I can not quote just jokes and funnys in my summary hahahaha


Check this OUT:
[link to www.mcclatchydc.com]

3 minutes is aLL..


Thanks, you guys should listen to this.


Oh for f*cks sake!!!
 Quoting: SR37 1019703


I don't buy into Global Warming charade. Sorry Roxi

Karu, +1 plus one, in agreement.
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As of this writing, the behemoth A Whale is not yet ready to attack the Gulf of Mexico oil spill after a weekend of testing proved inconclusive, mostly due to the rough sea state caused by Hurricane Alex, according to Nola, quoting a statement from TMT on Monday, July 5, 2010.
 Quoting: Gabriel


Tnx :D
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I freely admit that this whole affair has become quite surreal and I feel like tuning right out. But I know that I can't.
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"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.P

EPA "approved" but for what? To what use has EPA approved the use of something like Corexit?

I'm wondering now if EPA "approved" Agent Orange before it was sprayed in 'nam on the natives and the soldiers.





FYI - Submarines searching Gulf sea floor for fissures

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A Whale's Big Gamble

TMT is making a pretty big gamble as the giant A Whalle has not gotten a contract from BP or the U.S. government.

According to the Associated Press (video below), the massive vessel—called "A Whale"-- is 3 1/2 football fields long and 10-story high. It's outfitted with 12 vents on either side of its bow.

Once deployed, the ship could vacuum about 21 million gallons of oil fouled water per day. The oil would then be moved to another tanker for disp


Great find ;)
 Quoting: Krispy71

just noticed i forgot to include link:
[link to www.benzinga.com]
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just now, french central naval command issued traffic on DED that all effected assets must prepare for possible US navy coup d'etat when evacuations begin (translation problem)



... I was just reading a comic book where the protagonist said, "... a military coup, that's the only thing that can save us from where our dictators are taking us!"

How interesting.

I still think that a national act of repentance before God can do the trick. hf
 Quoting: WyldBloo 1026433


That is called SYNCHRONISY !!!
And that is guiding us and giving us clue's

Often I let the pc guid me and I end up at pages with good information ;)

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