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

 
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I don't understand the connection between the Bank of England, the Knights Templar and the Blue-Green Algae.

Does that have anything to do with the Templars escaping to the Yucatan Peninsula with the Holy Grail in the 1300's?
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Is there a Russian connection here? Other than the Nuclear option? This whole thing is starting to smell like a huge black op. Scary. Especially when you throw in Wackenhut Security of Area 51 fame.

I'd think twice about the clues on the ROV videos. It's a little too convenient.

Just to sound a little paranoid, there's been an old beater Toyota slowly circling my block checking us out. Probably getting ready to rob us. I'll have to introduce them to the Judge.

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Krispy, Watcher, please read the page on this new link. It is in tiny type and only the first page of a scientific paper, but it will blow your eyes out.



Again, I do not have a subscription to the site, but the one page is interesting.



[link to www.springerlink.com]
 Quoting: Housedad


Bioremediation
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Bioremediation can be defined as any process that uses microorganisms, fungi, green plants or their enzymes to return the natural environment altered by contaminants to its original condition. Bioremediation may be employed to attack specific soil contaminants, such as degradation of chlorinated hydrocarbons by bacteria. An example of a more general approach is the cleanup of oil spills by the addition of nitrate and/or sulfate fertilisers to facilitate the decomposition of crude oil by indigenous or exogenous bacteria.

Some examples of bioremediation technologies are biostimulation.

The bacterium Deinococcus radiodurans (the most radioresistant organism known) has been modified to consume and digest toluene and ionic mercury from highly radioactive nuclear waste.[6]

> YES! that is the one I talked about in earlier posts :) ...lol.. with highly skills of healing and repairing (copying DNA through RNA)

During bioremediation (biodegradation) processes, fertilizers/nutrient supplementation is introduced to the environments, in efforts to maximize growth and production potential

O-bama talked about the beaches would be cleaner then ever before, well maybe coz of this :
"In an experiment conducted in conjunction with Thomas,[disambiguation needed] a major contributor in the bioremediation industry, a plot of soil contaminated with diesel oil was inoculated with mycelia of oyster mushrooms; traditional bioremediation techniques (bacteria) were used on control plots. After four weeks, more than 95% of many of the PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) had been reduced to non-toxic components in the mycelial-inoculated plots. It appears that the natural microbial community participates with the fungi to break down contaminants, eventually into carbon dioxide and water. Wood-degrading fungi are particularly effective in breaking down aromatic pollutants (toxic components of petroleum),"
So that is why they can burry the oil in the sand ... and is the clean-up at a low-active level.
They dont want to clean-up coz they have a way that on the right time (but to late for many animals,plants and humans) they can use this technology ...


Pseudomonas
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Combined with the ability to form biofilms, they are thus able to survive in a variety of unexpected places.


Use as bioremediation agents
Some members of the genus Pseudomonas are able to metabolise chemical pollutants in the environment, and as a result can be used for bioremediation. Notable species demonstrated as suitable for use as bioremediation agents include:

P. alcaligenes, which can degrade polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.[21]
P. mendocina, which is able to degrade toluene.[22]
P. pseudoalcaligenes is able to use cyanide as a nitrogen source.[23]
P. resinovorans can degrade carbazole.[24]
P. veronii has been shown to degrade a variety of simple aromatic organic compounds.[25][26]
P. putida has the ability to degrade organic solvents such as toluene.[27] At least one strain of this bacterium is able to convert morphine in aqueous solution into the stronger and somewhat expensive to manufacture drug hydromorphone (Dilaudid).
Strain KC of P. stutzeri is able to degrade carbon tetrachloride.[28]



Read caption :
Antibiotic resistance ... Yaiks !

they have the characteristic to be Gram-negative.


OOH wow ...

From this site [link to en.wikipedia.org]
Gram-negative bacteria
Gram-negative bacteria are those bacteria that do not retain crystal violet dye in the Gram staining protocol. The pathogenic capability of Gram-negative bacteria is often associated with certain components of Gram-negative cell walls, in particular, the lipopolysaccharide (also known as LPS or endotoxin) layer.
"In humans, LPS triggers an innate immune response characterized by cytokine production and immune system activation. Inflammation is a common result of cytokine (from the Greek cyto, cell and kinesis, movement) production, which can also produce host toxicity."



If these bacteria are used in the GOM, it is now a reasonable explenation why people become sick ! FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS !!! Remember ?
So it is not only the benzene-gasses that trigger responses but also BACTERIA who are highly RESISTENT against anti-biotics !!!!


I dont know but by reading all this, there are sure some advantages ...
but there are sure many RISKS (for health) ...
Am I the only one who thinks/concludes this way ?
...

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IS THIS BIOREMEDIATION??



The application of something like this bacteria in the environment would be bioremediation



Right chemicals, right process, right conditions (hydrothermal is the proper pressure naturally) and I read today that 197au will not tranform nanoparticles unless it is the correct pressure (such as deep sea floor specifically mentioned) correct reasons (URANIUM??? COLD FUSION???) for the process... radiation sickness, magnetizing the water with the bioremediation...

is this it??? Damnit OP (or Dungeon Master as I'm beginning to feel since I am being drawn back to my riddle quests in my dorky dork teens years) can you tell us if we are CLOSE? LOL
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Yes RS37,
that is also how I saw it (and tried to say that in my own words) and now we have proof !
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I don't understand the connection between the Bank of England, the Knights Templar and the Blue-Green Algae.

Does that have anything to do with the Templars escaping to the Yucatan Peninsula with the Holy Grail in the 1300's?
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whaahahaha ... nice try ...lol...
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3 o'clock in the night again ... damn ... lol...

hey guys&gurls this was a hell of a interresting ride ! WOW !!
Even without OP's presence and hints/clue's today.


Have funn all,
I sure did :D

See ya in a couple of hours again ...

go
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Same here. A man - not from these parts - drove up in my yard today way back in the boonies where I live - to sell frozen meat. He was in a van. People back here don't buy meat out of the back of someone's van. It's summer, these guys are traveling and casing out-of-the way neighborhoods. Checking to see who has dogs and whose home is worthy of loading up.



Is there a Russian connection here? Other than the Nuclear option? This whole thing is starting to smell like a huge black op. Scary. Especially when you throw in Wackenhut Security of Area 51 fame.

I'd think twice about the clues on the ROV videos. It's a little too convenient.

Just to sound a little paranoid, there's been an old beater Toyota slowly circling my block checking us out. Probably getting ready to rob us. I'll have to introduce them to the Judge.
 Quoting: Dead Man Talking
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Good Night, Krispy!

One hell of a ride today, YES!

You got the brains that is for sure!
Until tomorrow!
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Same here. A man - not from these parts - drove up in my yard today way back in the boonies where I live - to sell frozen meat. He was in a van. People back here don't buy meat out of the back of someone's van. It's summer, these guys are traveling and casing out-of-the way neighborhoods. Checking to see who has dogs and whose home is worthy of loading up.





Just to sound a little paranoid, there's been an old beater Toyota slowly circling my block checking us out. Probably getting ready to rob us. I'll have to introduce them to the Judge.

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Gonna be seeing more of this as the summer wears on.
Oh, what interesting times to be living in...
Obamacare: Never has so much been taken away from so many for so few.
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Wow!

[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

Quote:

"magnetic nanoparticles targeted to cell membranes can remotely control ion channels, neurons and even animal behavior"


We live in interesting times indeed.



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This is so interesting, and I think does define an aspect of this curiosity. Thanks for the link whoever posted this, I believe this is the smoking gun, so to speak. All I can say is wow.

[link to www.springerlink.com]


Abstract Pseudomonas MGF-48, a gram-negative, motile, oxidase-negative, catalase-positive, yellow-pigmented bacterium isolated from electroplating effluent, was found to accumulate uranium with high efficiency. Uptake of uranium was rapid and the amount increased in direct proportion to concentration, e.g., from 50 to 200 mg uranium per liter. The largest amount of uranium uptake was 174 mg per gram dry weight bacterial biomass and was observed to occur in stationary phase during incubation at 30 °C. Uptake was determined by flow injection analysis. Maximum uranium accumulation occurred at pH 6.5, with 86% of the uranium being taken up within 5 min of incubation. Release of uranium bound to the cells was accomplished by addition of sodium carbonate and EDTA solution (0.1 M), the cells were reusable, and served as a biosorbent. Cells immobilized in polyacrylamide gel took up 90% of the uranium. Pseudomonas MGF-48 showed excellent efficiency in biosorbing uranium, by both immobilized and free cells. The results of this study, compared with those of other reports of uranium accumulation by microorganisms, leads us to conclude that Pseudomonas MGF-48 shows excellent potential for bioremediating uranium-polluted aqueous effluents.

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My brain is like limp spaghetti. It seems like Krispy et al have arrived at a conclusion, which I kinda, sorta understand but then again, not really.

Maybe someone put Corexit in my orange juice and my brain cells are dispersing, but I would love to read a succinct summary which would tell me - have they added something (nanotechnology, synthetic microbe, bacterium, ??? intended to convert algae to oil but which has instead run amuck and is causing mercury to precipitate out morphing ("alive") gold isotopes (radioactive?) and or uranium within Gulf waters now magnetized and de-oxygenated?

I know I have all the puzzle pieces but I'm still not quite seeing the picture on the box. That's what I get for avoiding all those science courses in college (although none would be relevant to today's world).

Interestingly, I had to take DH to the doctor today for WC injury. In the waiting room, Discover magazine had articles on alchemy and transforming lead into gold (which is apparently now possible with nuclear processes), along with a series of updates on nanotechnology.
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Camera 8 why does it keep stiring the sea floor and what are those white floaty string things?? I just figured. This thread would have a intellegent thought??
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Camera 8 why does it keep stiring the sea floor and what are those white floaty string things?? I just figured. This thread would have a intellegent thought??
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Those white floaty string things are frozen methane hydrates.
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This is so interesting, and I think does define an aspect of this curiosity. Thanks for the link whoever posted this, I believe this is the smoking gun, so to speak. All I can say is wow.

[link to www.springerlink.com]


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Wow, indeed.

I tried to get some cipro recently... Strangely, the only place I could find any, it was more than double the usual price.

People in the "know" stocking up?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Being Gram-negative bacteria, most Pseudomonas spp. are naturally resistant to penicillin and the majority of related beta-lactam antibiotics, but a number are sensitive to piperacillin, imipenem, ticarcillin, tobramycin, or ciprofloxacin.[13]

This ability to thrive in harsh conditions is a result of their hardy cell wall that contains porins. Their resistance to most antibiotics is attributed to efflux pumps which pump out some antibiotics before the antibiotics are able to act.

Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a highly relevant opportunistic pathogen. One of the most worrying characteristics of P. aeruginosa is its low antibiotic susceptibility. This low susceptibility is attributable to a concerted action of multidrug efflux pumps with chromosomally-encoded antibiotic resistance genes (e.g. mexAB-oprM, mexXY etc [14]) and the low permeability of the bacterial cellular envelopes. Besides intrinsic resistance, P. aeruginosa easily develop acquired resistance either by mutation in chromosomally-encoded genes, or by the horizontal gene transfer of antibiotic resistance determinants. Development of multidrug resistance by P. aeruginosa isolates requires several different genetic events that include acquisition of different mutations and/or horizontal transfer of antibiotic resistance genes. Hypermutation favours the selection of mutation-driven antibiotic resistance in P. aeruginosa strains producing chronic infections, whereas the clustering of several different antibiotic resistance genes in integrons favours the concerted acquisition of antibiotic resistance determinants. Some recent studies have shown that phenotypic resistance associated to biofilm formation or to the emergence of small-colony-variants may be important in the response of P. aeruginosa populations to antibiotic treatment.[3]"

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Camera 8 why does it keep stiring the sea floor and what are those white floaty string things?? I just figured. This thread would have a intellegent thought??
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Those white stringy things are methane hydrates. Those are some nasty boogers too. They are naturally around deep sea vents and in some deeper oil wells.
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Camera 8 why does it keep stiring the sea floor and what are those white floaty string things?? I just figured. This thread would have a intellegent thought??


Those white floaty string things are frozen methane hydrates.
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HA! Yes, we are on the same page here, LOL!
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I can't help but wonder if what we are witnessing is several things, the use of nanotechnology in the oil, an occurrence of volcanic activity (pay attention to this one), a proliferation of some type of bacteria, with remarkable properties, either as a side effect of all the treatments (or intentional) or straight out of the oil.

Some pages back, someone wanted to know why BP would be wanting oil with corexit, well, I didn't have time then, but they're actually pulling they're oil from the choke line, (reversed the flow) positioned at the base of the BOP, way before it gets treated by dispersant. So, they're getting pure oil, and flaring the gases.

Soto, great find, super find..
Back in the article with the SHTF link, I drilled this last weekend thru that article and arrived at a site with definitions for nano technology, it even had a definition for the grey and the red goo (literally), with whether it was military use of nanotechnology(offensive) or benign. I don't have time right now, but take a look and explore the links.

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Is there a Russian connection here? Other than the Nuclear option? This whole thing is starting to smell like a huge black op. Scary. Especially when you throw in Wackenhut Security of Area 51 fame.

I'd think twice about the clues on the ROV videos. It's a little too convenient.

Just to sound a little paranoid, there's been an old beater Toyota slowly circling my block checking us out. Probably getting ready to rob us. I'll have to introduce them to the Judge.
 Quoting: Dead Man Talking



Do a search, you'll find Russia has been working with algae, also.


By the way, here is an excellent page describing algae, info is fascinating!
[link to tuberose.com]
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Is there a Russian connection here? Other than the Nuclear option? This whole thing is starting to smell like a huge black op. Scary. Especially when you throw in Wackenhut Security of Area 51 fame.

I'd think twice about the clues on the ROV videos. It's a little too convenient.

Just to sound a little paranoid, there's been an old beater Toyota slowly circling my block checking us out. Probably getting ready to rob us. I'll have to introduce them to the Judge.
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rocket enguard 343 abomb
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If they are frozen why do they change shape while remaining in the same worm like fashion while staying intact ? Just wondering?
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If they are frozen why do they change shape while remaining in the same worm like fashion while staying intact ? Just wondering?
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I remember watching a show, some months back, where they were showing methane hydrates in cube form, a type of jelly, burning basically with water saturating it. They stated and I quote "this can be harvested right off the sea floor in slabs" So I assume it rather viscous.
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Another reference to "blue" in this thread, p 191, 816am glp:

"...the ulterior purpose of promoting mono atomic gold is to cause the destruction of the ten additional virtual DNA strands which all humans possess and which are now manifesting into 3D reality as seen with the 3, 4, or even 5 strands of DNA that now show up in the blood of Blue Indigo (Millennium) children."
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Well, I need to run, I wanted to pop in and tell everyone, good work and you guys would make a microbiologist proud. I'll check back in Wednesday, working on something here, and it's very demanding.
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If they are frozen why do they change shape while remaining in the same worm like fashion while staying intact ? Just wondering?


I remember watching a show, some months back, where they were showing methane hydrates in cube form, a type of jelly, burning basically with water saturating it. They stated and I quote "this can be harvested right off the sea floor in slabs" So I assume it rather viscous.
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Thanks!
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If they are frozen why do they change shape while remaining in the same worm like fashion while staying intact ? Just wondering?


I remember watching a show, some months back, where they were showing methane hydrates in cube form, a type of jelly, burning basically with water saturating it. They stated and I quote "this can be harvested right off the sea floor in slabs" So I assume it rather viscous.
 Quoting: TheWatcher



quoted to include link to burning methane hydrates video.
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You guys are very welcome,and keep thinking.

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just listened to a you tube about the water off NOrleans...up above someone posted that poly glycol is between 1%-5% of corexit...and right now, the water that was tested, p.glycol alone is at 430ppm....where 25ppm is considered toxic to fish...and that is just ONE of the ingredients in corexit...can you imagine just how toxic that water in the gulf is considering that the one ingredient is that much over and above toxic levels?...

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This is so interesting, and I think does define an aspect of this curiosity. Thanks for the link whoever posted this, I believe this is the smoking gun, so to speak. All I can say is wow.

[link to www.springerlink.com]


Abstract Pseudomonas MGF-48, a gram-negative, motile, oxidase-negative, catalase-positive, yellow-pigmented bacterium isolated from electroplating effluent, was found to accumulate uranium with high efficiency. Uptake of uranium was rapid and the amount increased in direct proportion to concentration, e.g., from 50 to 200 mg uranium per liter. The largest amount of uranium uptake was 174 mg per gram dry weight bacterial biomass and was observed to occur in stationary phase during incubation at 30 °C. Uptake was determined by flow injection analysis. Maximum uranium accumulation occurred at pH 6.5, with 86% of the uranium being taken up within 5 min of incubation. Release of uranium bound to the cells was accomplished by addition of sodium carbonate and EDTA solution (0.1 M), the cells were reusable, and served as a biosorbent. Cells immobilized in polyacrylamide gel took up 90% of the uranium. Pseudomonas MGF-48 showed excellent efficiency in biosorbing uranium, by both immobilized and free cells. The results of this study, compared with those of other reports of uranium accumulation by microorganisms, leads us to conclude that Pseudomonas MGF-48 shows excellent potential for bioremediating uranium-polluted aqueous effluents.
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I found it. I thought it would pop some eyes!
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If they are frozen why do they change shape while remaining in the same worm like fashion while staying intact ? Just wondering?
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Because they are gas based and it's over 300 psi where they are. Things act much different under that kind of pressure just like they do in space.
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Is there a Russian connection here? Other than the Nuclear option? This whole thing is starting to smell like a huge black op. Scary. Especially when you throw in Wackenhut Security of Area 51 fame.

I'd think twice about the clues on the ROV videos. It's a little too convenient.

Just to sound a little paranoid, there's been an old beater Toyota slowly circling my block checking us out. Probably getting ready to rob us. I'll have to introduce them to the Judge.



Do a search, you'll find Russia has been working with algae, also.


By the way, here is an excellent page describing algae, info is fascinating!
[link to tuberose.com]
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Yes, that was what we posited that Russian wanted when they flagged the arctic.

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