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Childoflight
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WTF the both of you posted the same thing at the same time lol.



WOW what does that mean....


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The transmitter and the receiver were tuned in to the same station.The thought is everywhere at once!Now if we can get one hundred of us tuned in?!?!??!?!
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886

WTF the both of you posted the same thing at the same time lol.



WOW what does that mean....


rockon



The transmitter and the receiver were tuned in to the same station.The thought is everywhere at once!Now if we can get one hundred of us tuned in?!?!??!?!
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or a thousand...

The possibilities are endless....


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Another Darpa project that might link with this?

Thread: Found this in garbag behind pentagon

I have a pic from an earlier page of the continental sea connecting the Gulf of Mexico and Arctic Ocean, what is a good way to post it here without getting banned? Is imageshack ok to use?

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i think i just connected the dots between the GOM and the Arctic (discussed here previously)

THE TWO ARE CONNECTED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

[link to www.auburn.edu]

.....However, apparent connection between Steen River impact crater and a lesser mass extinction is somewhat surprising. Perhaps environmental effects from Steen River were keenly felt because it was an impact in the midst of the just-formed Western Interior Seaway, a vast epicontinental sea connecting the Gulf of Mexico and Arctic Ocean.......

FROM: [link to www.auburn.edu]

this is getting too weird
more to follow.......
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PAGE 189 has turned out to be a very interesting page indeed! abduct
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Another Darpa project that might link with this?

Thread: Found this in garbag behind pentagon

I have a pic from an earlier page of the continental sea connecting the Gulf of Mexico and Arctic Ocean, what is a good way to post it here without getting banned? Is imageshack ok to use?
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I use imageshack and don't have any problems...
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Another Darpa project that might link with this?

Thread: Found this in garbag behind pentagon

I have a pic from an earlier page of the continental sea connecting the Gulf of Mexico and Arctic Ocean, what is a good way to post it here without getting banned? Is imageshack ok to use?



I use imageshack and don't have any problems...
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Thanks for that info. I found the page and edited my post above. The pic can be viewed at link,
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WTF the both of you posted the same thing at the same time lol.

The transmitter and the receiver were tuned in to the same station.The thought is everywhere at once!Now if we can get one hundred of us tuned in?!?!??!?!
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The Universal mind. We are one. It is happening. We must adjust.


Do not overly concern yourselves with the follies of Man, fore it means little in the grand play.


With that said, I am very interested in all ideas about this false flag. Please keep posting.
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07/06/2010 01:20 AM
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Ok, this is huge. We have discussed biofuels from algae in this thread, and the possibility that the Gulf spill is being used as a giant experiment. <snip>

And for all of you who have been scratching your heads at the LED display on the BOP:

[link to www.originoil.com]

Look at the top left pic.

<snip>


SOTO!!! This really IS huge.

Pouring through site now. I think Soto may have figured this damn thing out!
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HO HO HO!!!! does that look familiar or what??
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The Universal mind. We are one. It is happening. We must adjust.


Do not overly concern yourselves with the follies of Man, fore it means little in the grand play.


With that said, I am very interested in all ideas about this false flag. Please keep posting.
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Not that the OP is false, rather it is MSM that denies us all!
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07/06/2010 01:24 AM
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Proposed theme song:

To dream the impossible dream
To fight the unbeatable foe
To bear with unbearable sorrow
To run where the brave dare not go

Bears another clue ? Who composed, and for what ?


Again, I posted this for distraction purposes...noise, only noise. NOT A CLUE, totally irrelevant to the real discussion.
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definitely caused me some head scratching, as I sang along...LOL
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Proposed theme song:

To dream the impossible dream
To fight the unbeatable foe
To bear with unbearable sorrow
To run where the brave dare not go

Bears another clue ? Who composed, and for what ?


Again, I posted this for distraction purposes...noise, only noise. NOT A CLUE, totally irrelevant to the real discussion.

definitely caused me some head scratching, as I sang along...LOL
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we noticed you were a little flat on your F maj 7's thanks for the update...LOL


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07/06/2010 02:55 AM
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he guys/girls good evening/night

the last page quickly scanned

A whale look at [link to www.marinetraffic.com]

the red shipicon = A whale ooops
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07/06/2010 03:32 AM

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Ok, this is huge. We have discussed biofuels from algae in this thread, and the possibility that the Gulf spill is being used as a giant experiment. We have all wondered why Corexit is being used even though it is banned elsewhere. Well Corexit breaks the oil down, and the result has been layering of oil at all depths.

Check this out:

[link to www.originoil.com]

Note the layering system.

And for all of you who have been scratching your heads at the LED display on the BOP:

[link to www.originoil.com]

Look at the top left pic.

Is the A Whale a giant algae processing plant? It's a brand new ship built by the same company that built Deepwater Horizon and was just retrofitted with the scoops.


SOTO!!! This really IS huge.

Pouring through site now. I think Soto may have figured this damn thing out!
 Quoting: SR37 1019703


Some amazing info!
“The people who are trying to make this world worse aren’t taking a day off. How can I?” ~ Bob Marley
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Yeah look whos on the consortium partners.


[link to www.originoil.com]
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Just a few of the sideline quotes from this website:

"Algae grow in aquatic environments. In that sense, algae technology will not compete for the land already being eyed by proponents of other biomass-based fuel technologies."

Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory
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Much as the Internet did, New Energy will change the way we do business and spend our money.
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OriginOil’s own model shows that an algae production plant can operate profitably and beneficially when allied with a high-synergy host site like a wastewater plant.
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OriginOil’s breakthrough technology… can enable the cost-efficient production of oil from algae to compete with petroleum.
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"It is a hard truth that the global supply of oil and natural gas… is unlikely to meet projected 50% to 60% growth in demand over the next 25 years."

Source: National Petroleum Council
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Just like petroleum, algae oil can be refined into gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, solvents – all cleanly and with no carbon penalty.
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"Algae presents the same kind of physical and thermal property that we find in starches. We can grow algae extremely fast, in very large quantities, at a very low price."

by Frederick Scheer, CEO, Cereplast
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"Algae production for use in fuels shows great promise. As a feed stock, algae can be shown to replicate very quickly and in environments that do not require additional resources, but make use of by-products of current industry. It is therefore thought to be an ideal feedstock for the future creation of bio-diesel, bio-gasoline and bio jet fuel…"

Source: UN Food and Agriculture Organization
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The OriginOil System is scalable from the smallest to the largest production requirements.
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The Energy Information Administration forecasts global oil demand of 43 billion barrels per year by 2026, which greatly exceeds the predicted petroleum supply.
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OriginOil is unique as a pure technology provider. Instead of competing with producers worldwide, it will serve them.
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"We've known for a long time that algae has the best potential for displacing petroleum over time, but its potential has always been held back for lack of critical enabling technology. We believe OriginOil's technology is the missing element to enable mass production of algae oil."

by Riggs Eckelberry, President and CEO
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OriginOil Systems can be placed anywhere to operate as continuous oil-producing plants to replace petroleum for use in electricity generation and fuel production.
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Instead of waiting for hundreds of millions years for algae to become oil, OriginOil’s breakthrough process transforms algae into oil in a matter of days.
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BP and the government are part of a unified command that is working together to try to contain the oil gusher, but the government has been directing BP at every turn.

Hah, you bet they are a "unified command." Along with Goldman Sachs they make up a single command unit, one single criminal syndicate.
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Hello all flower

Just bumping in for a sec, I have dental appointments lateron so I have to hurry.

How comic it happens to be with names !!!
Now we have found out about the gold, read this again :

"Along with Goldman Sachs they make up a single command unit, one single criminal syndicate. "

GOLD - MAN .... lol....

There are more of those things that are a bit hilarious, but in history it is happened a lot of times that the name of a person fitted a big event.



I just will come back on Joan of Arc ... there was a coup in that time to ... ;)
Sometimes history repeats itself by bits and pieces ...
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French Sub...em.....American attack...dead seamen....blood in ears.....Israeli....sub....missile....debris......hatches....​..magnetism......cargo.....rim......safe distance....crew.disoriented....quarantine....Mistral...Pourq​uois Pas...Embassy.....flocking.....safe perimeter.....


Gold.....A Whale....Biofuel.....?.........!..........?Arctic.....Global Warming.....Methane......Dumping Ground for ???

Hard to make a connection ......???........ROGUE VIRUS....??.......But have learned a lot along the way!
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screen 8 [link to www.jtnog.org]

hydrate ..........iation
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screen 1 = another BOP

you can see the rusty bolds here

the other BOP has white painted bolds and several yellow instruments
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screen 1 now again to BOP with instruments
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this morning I have called NRC (dutch newspaper)

told them to look into the golf situation.
very sceptical reaction. I gave them a few sites to look in.
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screen 8 [link to www.jtnog.org]

hydrate ..........iation
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hydrate....mo..iation
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screen 8 [link to www.jtnog.org]

hydrate ..........iation

hydrate....mo..iation
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??mediation
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screen 8 [link to www.jtnog.org]

hydrate ..........iation

hydrate....mo..iation


??mediation
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message again crypted
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screen 8 [link to www.jtnog.org]

hydrate ..........iation

hydrate....mo..iation
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hydrate....mc ...iation
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i tried before but no one got it
so i'll try again as i think its important

start with this:

"The philosophers' stone (Latin: lapis philosophorum) is a legendary alchemical substance, supposedly capable of turning base metals, especially lead, into gold (chrysopoeia); it was also sometimes believed to be an elixir of life, useful for rejuvenation and possibly for achieving immortality. "
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this morning I have called NRC (dutch newspaper)

told them to look into the golf situation.
very sceptical reaction. I gave them a few sites to look in.
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whats the point?

why put yourself on their radar?
(being on this thread is red flag enough)

isn't nrc controlled/owned/pwnd the same as all the others?
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i tried before but no one got it
so i'll try again as i think its important

start with this:

"The philosophers' stone (Latin: lapis philosophorum) is a legendary alchemical substance, supposedly capable of turning base metals, especially lead, into gold (chrysopoeia); it was also sometimes believed to be an elixir of life, useful for rejuvenation and possibly for achieving immortality. "
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Numerous synonyms were used to make oblique reference to the stone, such as "white stone" (calculus albus, identified with the calculus candidus of Revelation 2:17 which was taken as a symbol of the glory of heaven[2]), vitriol (as expressed in the backronym Visita Interiora Terrae Rectificando Invenies Occultum Lapidem), also lapis noster, lapis occultus, in water at the box, and numerous oblique, mystical or mythological references such as Adam, Aer, Animal, Alkahest, Antidotus, Antimonium, Aqua benedicta, Aqua volans per aeram, Arcanum[disambiguation needed], Atramentum, Autumnus, Basilicus, Brutorum cor, Bufo, Capillus, Capistrum auri, Carbones, Cerberus, Chaos, Cinis cineris, Crocus, Dominus philosophorum, Draco elixir, Filius ignis, Fimus, Folium, Frater, Granum, Granum frumenti, Haematites, Hepar, Herba, Herbalis, Lac, Melancholia, Ovum philosophorum, Panacea salutifera, Pandora, Phoenix, Pyrites, Radices arboris solares, Regina, Rex regum, Sal metallorum, Salvator terrenus, Talcum, Thesaurus, Ventus hermetis.[3] Many of the medieval allegories for a Christ were adopted for the lapis, and the Christ and the Stone were indeed taken as identical in a mystical sense. The name of "Stone" or lapis itself is informed by early Christian allegory, such as Priscillian (4th century), who stated Unicornis est Deus, nobis petra Christus, nobis lapis angularis Jesus, nobis hominum homo Christus."

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"Alchemist Dan Winter comments that "because of this quantum recursion optimized in gold's electron valency, when gold is made soluble in blood, it has the function of creating wormhole magnetic implosion in the blood. (Implosion is the ultimate connectivity device, and sorts by shareablity of function among waves.)" The alchemical process of making gold soluble in blood, the white powder Elixir of Immortality of the medieval alchemists, has been described at length by another post-modern alchemist, David Hudson."
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oh
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"Numerous synonyms were used to make oblique reference to the stone, such as "white stone" (calculus albus, identified with the calculus candidus of Revelation 2:17 which was taken as a symbol of the glory of heaven[2]), vitriol (as expressed in the backronym Visita Interiora Terrae Rectificando Invenies Occultum Lapidem), also lapis noster, lapis occultus, in water at the box, and numerous oblique, mystical or mythological references such as Adam, Aer, Animal, Alkahest, Antidotus, Antimonium, Aqua benedicta, Aqua volans per aeram, Arcanum[disambiguation needed], Atramentum, Autumnus, Basilicus, Brutorum cor, Bufo, Capillus, Capistrum auri, Carbones, Cerberus, Chaos, Cinis cineris, Crocus, Dominus philosophorum, Draco elixir!!!!, Filius ignis, Fimus, Folium, Frater, Granum, Granum frumenti, Haematites(blood reference), Hepar, Herba, Herbalis, Lac, Melancholia(depression), Ovum philosophorum, Panacea salutifera, Pandora(s box), Phoenix, Pyrites, Radices arboris solares, Regina, Rex regum, Sal metallorum, Salvator terrenus(earthly savior), Talcum, Thesaurus(treasure), Ventus hermetis.[3] Many of the medieval allegories for a Christ were adopted for the lapis, and the Christ and the Stone were indeed taken as identical in a mystical sense. The name of "Stone" or lapis itself is informed by early Christian allegory, such as Priscillian (4th century), who stated Unicornis est Deus, nobis petra Christus, nobis lapis angularis Jesus, nobis hominum homo Christus.

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