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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 wish someone would put a synopsis of only what the OP said.

I fear that we may have gone off thread.
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I wish someone would put a synopsis of only what the OP said.
I fear that we may have gone off thread.
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hiding oil + nukes = radioactive coffee spill hiding
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I wish someone would put a synopsis of only what the OP said.

I fear that we may have gone off thread.
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I have such a synopsis.. a transcript of all of the OP's posts, but it is too large to post here.
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I wish someone would put a synopsis of only what the OP said.

I fear that we may have gone off thread.
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You can do what I did... right click on each open page, (all 200) "save as" and save in a new folder. Then you can search "a word or phrase in the file" the word france (OP's flag) and open each page and copy/paste his posts onto word pad.

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I wish someone would put a synopsis of only what the OP said.

I fear that we may have gone off thread.


You can do what I did... right click on each open page, (all 200) "save as" and save in a new folder. Then you can search "a word or phrase in the file" the word france (OP's flag) and open each page and copy/paste his posts onto word pad.
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That is a great idea..
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I wish someone would put a synopsis of only what the OP said.

I fear that we may have gone off thread.


You can do what I did... right click on each open page, (all 200) "save as" and save in a new folder. Then you can search "a word or phrase in the file" the word france (OP's flag) and open each page and copy/paste his posts onto word pad.

That is a great idea..
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Why... thank you. It makes it much easier to find key words and save the thread in it's entirety.
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I wish someone would put a synopsis of only what the OP said.

I fear that we may have gone off thread.


You can do what I did... right click on each open page, (all 200) "save as" and save in a new folder. Then you can search "a word or phrase in the file" the word france (OP's flag) and open each page and copy/paste his posts onto word pad.

That is a great idea..


Why... thank you. It makes it much easier to find key words and save the thread in it's entirety.
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I have been cut-n-pasting just the OP's posts, it is quick and easy. I keep it open along with GLP. I don't have any word on my computer so I downloaded ABI WORD, it is free and very good.
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I have been cut-n-pasting just the OP's posts, it is quick and easy. I keep it open along with GLP. I don't have any word on my computer so I downloaded ABI WORD, it is free and very good.
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The only problem that I have occasionally had in wordpad is that sometimes they turn into a program file which no longer opens. :(
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I have been cut-n-pasting just the OP's posts, it is quick and easy. I keep it open along with GLP. I don't have any word on my computer so I downloaded ABI WORD, it is free and very good.


The only problem that I have occasionally had in wordpad is that sometimes they turn into a program file which no longer opens. :(
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Now if only OP would show up.. tounge
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This came to me in the middle of the night:

If the sea floor really is ruptured in several places - and if the only way to stop the flow is to n/u/k/e it - the very high risk is triggering a methane explosion as well, it would seem, due to the intense heat of the explosion, even at that depth.

So if the decision is made to n/u/k/e, then they would have to evacuate the coastal areas in case of an explosion-generated tsunami ahead of time. So an evacuation order would be a prime indicator that they planned to n/u/k/e even knowing that it could set off a chain reaction with the methane. At that point, those opposed to such an action (N/a/v/y?)might attempt to block all efforts to take such a step (coup?).

He stated that the coastal states might then have to be cleared out within two months latest ("full evacuation").

I'm assuming that something that has happened here is a mistake - something got out of control - whether it was drilling in this particular spot, adding nanotech, releasing some alien microbes from the depths, inserting synthetic microbes or whatever, and the Corexit is an attempt to deal with what has been unleashed. If that fails, then they go to the glass-the-floor strategy...a huge risk.

It seems like they're damned if they do and damned if they don't. Greed may have inspired the initial chain of consequences, but now they have real potential doom to resolve - or not.
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Interesting. The A Whale is brand new, and built by the same company that built Deepwater Horizon (Hyundai Heavy Ind).
Great company motto on the side

"Today Makes Tommorow"
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WOW positive proof that they knew they were going to need it.
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Morning all!

Well, I see our OP is still away from us.

Another new day in the gulf...is it just me or has it been a little too quiet on that front?
Obamacare: Never has so much been taken away from so many for so few.
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>snip<


Well now... check the crop circle on this page

[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]

then take a look at this (illustration about half way down the page)

[link to www.scielo.br]

Hydrazones

"Choice of the proligands

The proligands were chosen to probe and examine the effect of the following: (i) nature of donor atoms, (ii) chelate ring size, (iii) rigidity of the structure caused by the presence of the benzene ring (AHQ) and (iv) presence of hydrophobic phenyl groups (BHQ) and hydrophilic methyl groups (MHQ) in the side chain. This could be illustrated as shown in Scheme 2:"


Ring some bells?


Maybe we DO need to take a closer look at these crop circles!
Nice connection Ms. Bevvy!
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That crop may be look like yin-yang's but could also be our little ALGAE ... The dot in the middle stands for the oil in the cell-membrane ...

EDIT ADD :
ORrrrrrr, it points also towards benzene ....
6 balls and 6 drops, out of 1 ball or drop (i cant see)>
" Benzene is an organic chemical compound with the molecular formula C6H6. Its use as an additive in gasoline is now limited, but it is an important industrial solvent and precursor in the production of drugs, plastics, synthetic rubber, and dyes. Benzene is a natural constituent of crude oil, and may be synthesized from other compounds present in petroleum. Benzene is an aromatic hydrocarbon and the second [n]-annulene ([6]-annulene), a cyclic hydrocarbon with a continuous pi bond. It is also related to the functional group arene which is a generalized structure of benzene."

And now we have plastics (benzene) that is eated up ! That is rained down and spread in the air ... !!!
It sure has connections with the oil and the algae ... and dispersants.



I went to see the crystal structure for BENZENE
[link to rsc.anu.edu.au] see bottom right image: lattice of benzene molecules with TDS
(the image shows diffraction from randomly distributed benzene molecules, from a lattice of benzene molecules, from randomly distributed pairs and quartets of molecules, and the effect of thermal diffuse scattering and lattice vacancies on diffraction patterns. )
And now look at this crop : white sheet hill, 25 june [link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]

That is a match.

And then BENZENE again
image benzene: [link to upload.wikimedia.org]

One representation is that the structure exists as a superposition of so-called resonance structures, rather than either form individually. This delocalisation of electrons is known as aromaticity, and gives benzene great stability. This enhanced stability is the fundamental property of aromatic molecules that differentiates them from molecules that are non-aromatic. To reflect the delocalised nature of the bonding, benzene is often depicted with a circle inside a hexagonal arrangement of carbon atoms: X-ray crystallography is a technique in crystallography in which the pattern produced by the diffraction of x-rays through the closely spaced lattice of atoms in a crystal is recorded and then analyzed to reveal the nature of that lattice. ... One picometre is defined as 1x10-12 metres, in standard units. ... In molecular geometry, bond length or bond distance is the distance between two bonded atoms in a molecule. ... In chemistry, delocalized electrons are electrons in a molecule that do not belong to a single atom or a covalent bond. ... Resonance structures are diagrammatic tools in organic chemistry to symbolize resonant bonds between atoms in molecules. ... Aromaticity is a chemical property in which a conjugated ring of unsaturated bonds, lone pairs, or empty orbitals exhibit a stabilization stronger than would be expected by the stabilization of conjugation alone. ... (source = [link to www.statemaster.com]

Benzene crop-circle?
Now there is that same circle inside a hexagonal arrangement in this crop-circle !!
[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]
It depicts CARBON and BENZENE in a cubic structure from 9 atoms on each side.

Wiki benzene: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
have a look at health effects ...

Maybe this cropcircle has been a representation of the exposure to huge quantities (the cube) of benzene ...
(cauzed by the GOM-oil-spill ...)

***

Epidemics to come from the GOM-experiment ? or the benzene (and the bio-remediation bacteria) that will cauze flu-like symtoms ... ????

Origin of an Epidemic

Tattoo:
[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]

cropcircle: [link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]

***

benzene delocalisized PI system (PI bond) :
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
cropcircle : [link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]

It also reminded me a little bit at this tattoo :
[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]


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well ... ???? coïncedences or not ???? blink

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Hmmmmm

This latest crop circle:
[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]
Could it possibly relate to this?

[link to twistedphysics.typepad.com]

nanoparticles and microparticles making things slippery

"My last post focused on G-Oil, a new motor oil that uses beef tallow as a base, thus decreasing America's dependence on foreign energy sources. One thing I didn't address in that blog is the role of nanotechnology in oils -- which is because I had to learn some things first.

The G-Oil website has a section on nanoparticles, mostly focusing on the fact that the surface area to volume ratio of a nanoparticle is quite large. This is true, but it doesn't tell you why that has anything to do with making oil perform better.

The words "NANO GEODESIC BEARINGS" attracted my interest not just because they were in all caps, but because anytime you hear 'nano' and 'geodesic' together, you have to think buckyballs, those carbon structures resembling soccer balls that spent way too much time in the dryer and shrunk to about a nanometer in diameter."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 998413


link to crop-circle does not work ... :(

I went reading this article about NANO GEODESIC BEARINGS
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

It seems that the company that wants to promote its dispersant for use in the GOM, has made some mistakes calling small micelles nano-particals. The author of this article is explaining that mistake, but there are quotes that have rather disturbing comments. I posted them beneath.

What caught my attention was the parts in bold ... and could be part of whats going on in the GOMwaters.

Manufactured nanoparticles have been shown to be toxic to humans, mammals, and aquatic life.

We are not aware at this time of the exact nanoscale particles used in this ‘nano emulsion technology’ because this information is considered a trade secret by the company. Yet, we do know that most chemicals manufactured at the nanoscale hold unique and potentially toxic properties. While some new properties from the nanoscale may seem desirable, materials at this scale can also pose new toxicological risks. Nanoparticles have a very large surface area which typically results in greater chemical reactivity, biological activity and catalytic behavior compared to larger particles of the same chemical composition.

Other properties of manufactured nanomaterials that influence toxicity include the presence or absence of other groups of chemicals attached to the nanomaterials.

The report of the possible use of nano-dispersants has outraged Harbut, who heads the Environmental Cancer Initiative at Michigan’s Karmanos Cancer Institute.
“A decision to use nanoparticle-based dispersants in the gulf is less an engineering or environmental decision, but more a public health and individual patient care issue. As does asbestos, nanoparticles have been shown to cause an aggressive cancer called mesothelioma,” he said. And like asbestos in its early usage, human health effects of exposure, ingestion or breathing of nanoparticles have been rarely observed, let alone studied. “To dump tons of nanoparticles into the food and respiratory cycle in this manner is irresponsible,” Harbut told AOL News.


Whole article : [link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

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This came to me in the middle of the night:

If the sea floor really is ruptured in several places - and if the only way to stop the flow is to n/u/k/e it - the very high risk is triggering a methane explosion as well, it would seem, due to the intense heat of the explosion, even at that depth.

So if the decision is made to n/u/k/e, then they would have to evacuate the coastal areas in case of an explosion-generated tsunami ahead of time. So an evacuation order would be a prime indicator that they planned to n/u/k/e even knowing that it could set off a chain reaction with the methane. At that point, those opposed to such an action (N/a/v/y?)might attempt to block all efforts to take such a step (coup?).

He stated that the coastal states might then have to be cleared out within two months latest ("full evacuation").

I'm assuming that something that has happened here is a mistake - something got out of control - whether it was drilling in this particular spot, adding nanotech, releasing some alien microbes from the depths, inserting synthetic microbes or whatever, and the Corexit is an attempt to deal with what has been unleashed. If that fails, then they go to the glass-the-floor strategy...a huge risk.

It seems like they're damned if they do and damned if they don't. Greed may have inspired the initial chain of consequences, but now they have real potential doom to resolve - or not.
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not bad what you come up with in the middle of the night ;)

A chain of consequences ???
[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]
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Interesting. The A Whale is brand new, and built by the same company that built Deepwater Horizon (Hyundai Heavy Ind).
Great company motto on the side

"Today Makes Tommorow"

WOW positive proof that they knew they were going to need it.
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And its affiliates


[link to www.originoil.com]


and

Costner's " Dances with Centrifuges " Machines


[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

This Centrifuge will be capable of seperating Algea from the water, and the A Whale for refine.
The dispersants used sinks the oil into huge pancake under surface creating an artificial reef, has heat tranfer properties, ie; poly proplyene amoung others on the list.
Algea needs sunlight and warm water increases rapid growth.

Free energy source from methane and uran-ium for power distribution needed for removal and refining. All self contained in one area. (Oh how so convenient really now.)

Output, is capable for high grade aircraft fuel and lesser quality fuels from byproducts. Other refine process capable for digestion/ consumption.( see below )

Question is, how will they keep this algea farm contained and not spred to coastal areas of other Gulf coast and Island countries ? Is an induced upheave of land mass in areas
strategically placed, going to provide a chain of levies to keep the gulf region isolated from Atlantic waters ? One big Algea fishbowl perhaps ? Is this rise of land masses to create levies between, Project Atlantis ?

Rapid growth Algea enhanced with bioremediation, bio nano technology. Keep in mind, The Algea can serve as a food source as well for upcoming food shortage crisis, think Chlorella, and if its infused with collodial Gold, the health benefits are even greater.

IMHO
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For some reason I am banned so I am posting from my Ipad witch I am not real good with yet, but I find this thread very informative. With that being said, I find the frozen methane floaty things keep reminding me of a YouTube video UFO NASA shot of space worm I would link but...not IPad savvy, any thoughts?
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Interesting. The A Whale is brand new, and built by the same company that built Deepwater Horizon (Hyundai Heavy Ind).
Great company motto on the side

"Today Makes Tommorow"

WOW positive proof that they knew they were going to need it.




And its affiliates


[link to www.originoil.com]


and

Costner's " Dances with Centrifuges " Machines


[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

This Centrifuge will be capable of seperating Algea from the water, and the A Whale for refine.
The dispersants used sinks the oil into huge pancake under surface creating an artificial reef, has heat tranfer properties, ie; poly proplyene amoung others on the list.
Algea needs sunlight and warm water increases rapid growth.

Free energy source from methane and uran-ium for power distribution needed for removal and refining. All self contained in one area. (Oh how so convenient really now.)

Output, is capable for high grade aircraft fuel and lesser quality fuels from byproducts. Other refine process capable for digestion/ consumption.( see below )

Question is, how will they keep this algea farm contained and not spred to coastal areas of other Gulf coast and Island countries ? Is an induced upheave of land mass in areas
strategically placed, going to provide a chain of levies to keep the gulf region isolated from Atlantic waters ? One big Algea fishbowl perhaps ? Is this rise of land masses to create levies between, Project Atlantis ?

Rapid growth Algea enhanced with bioremediation, bio nano technology. Keep in mind, The Algea can serve as a food source as well for upcoming food shortage crisis, think Chlorella, and if its infused with collodial Gold, the health benefits are even greater.

IMHO
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 992677


WOW great find !!! hf

Oil out of the water .. great !
But what about the toxic chemicals and nanobots ???
Bio-remediation, yep but then we have a lot of nasty bacteria in the water ... hmmmzzz
It sounds great but I am still a bit sceptic now that I (we) know what kind of crap-and-critters they have been pouring into the sea ...

Sigh ... what a mess ...
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Re: There may be something to this "Gulf Evacuation" concern. Quote

Posted this on another thread,friend told me her hubby has been called back in(navy)after taking only a few days of R&R after he was out 6months,he went to the gom.

Left 2 days ago
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From this thread started today:
[link to 204.74.214.194]

(Oh, and ya'll might want to check this thread out *anyway* because it's inline with what we're talking about here. Not a "confirmed" warning, just something to keep in the back of your mind...)
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imo...that is a warning...body bags mean people aren't being evacuated, they're dying..quite a difference there...especially to the people involved...
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imo...that is a warning...body bags mean people aren't being evacuated, they're dying..quite a difference there...especially to the people involved...
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The OP of that thread was *very* clear in explaining the how and why gov orders these things that has nothing to do with doom. One post from him, however, sticks out where he said just before Katrina that was an overflow of orders. His antennas are up at the coincidence.

James Bond:
The first time is by chance.
The second time by coincidence.
The third time is conspiracy.
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I'm still trying to follow. Thank you all for your hard work.
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Good day, 14 hours ago EM captain reported unknown infra read signatures. captian then asked for vector channel. this is important
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Good day, 14 hours ago EM captain reported unknown infra read signatures. captian then asked for vector channel. this is important
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Welcome back
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Interesting. The A Whale is brand new, and built by the same company that built Deepwater Horizon (Hyundai Heavy Ind).
Great company motto on the side

"Today Makes Tommorow"

WOW positive proof that they knew they were going to need it.




And its affiliates


[link to www.originoil.com]


and

Costner's " Dances with Centrifuges " Machines


[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

This Centrifuge will be capable of seperating Algea from the water, and the A Whale for refine.
The dispersants used sinks the oil into huge pancake under surface creating an artificial reef, has heat tranfer properties, ie; poly proplyene amoung others on the list.
Algea needs sunlight and warm water increases rapid growth.

Free energy source from methane and uran-ium for power distribution needed for removal and refining. All self contained in one area. (Oh how so convenient really now.)

Output, is capable for high grade aircraft fuel and lesser quality fuels from byproducts. Other refine process capable for digestion/ consumption.( see below )

Question is, how will they keep this algea farm contained and not spred to coastal areas of other Gulf coast and Island countries ? Is an induced upheave of land mass in areas
strategically placed, going to provide a chain of levies to keep the gulf region isolated from Atlantic waters ? One big Algea fishbowl perhaps ? Is this rise of land masses to create levies between, Project Atlantis ?

Rapid growth Algea enhanced with bioremediation, bio nano technology. Keep in mind, The Algea can serve as a food source as well for upcoming food shortage crisis, think Chlorella, and if its infused with collodial Gold, the health benefits are even greater.

IMHO


WOW great find !!! hf

Oil out of the water .. great !
But what about the toxic chemicals and nanobots ???
Bio-remediation, yep but then we have a lot of nasty bacteria in the water ... hmmmzzz
It sounds great but I am still a bit sceptic now that I (we) know what kind of crap-and-critters they have been pouring into the sea ...

Sigh ... what a mess ...
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Sorry had to leave for a bit.

Toxins are for heat transfer and building of artificial reef at breakneck speeds. Nanobots to work quickly at what nomally would take decades to do, the bots will construct, or should I say, is instructed to build life form on this tarball reef. They can and will be programmed to do such as that. The reef will contain life that will not only clean and assist in the eco, but provide habitat for others in food chain. The Algea, being and organism, will benifit from this as well, also as a cleanser, which algea does naturally. In short, it filterates. Collodial Gold is a healing agent, also a foundation for nano, and will purify Algea for the food cunsumption part, to play in chlorella production. All seems weird now, but has a huge picture, and already has huge ammounts of investors flocking to this already. Look at the consortium partners as I listed yesterday, look at the power division. I'm sure G.E. will play a huge role in this alongside of them. They will be using wireless remote power distibution to provide power inland. There is tremendous amounts of Jobs on the near horizon. I many, many differant feilds. I for one will be excited as hell, because I have many talents in many Technical Fields, and our Florida economy is just ripped to shit. I think the Queen speech has alot to do with, commonwealth and United States, being key roles in this 21st. century advance.
We are seeing the death of crude oil, and its been known for long time now, and it would be a painful one. There are alot of players in that industry wishing not to let go. The other nations that got extremely rich from this, will suffer most as no deemand will be needed for their crude. And they will starve, and famine steps in.
This new technology will be cheaper,and cleaner than crude, but I must say, not cleaner than Hydrogen. But thats where the power supplies will come into play. Tremendous power to MFG. Hydrogen from, yes, saline ( Salt Water )

Again, all IMHO. I'd like to believe there is something good to come of this mess, a lot of data is beginning to suggest that ! Renewable Fuel, Food, Jobs, and Financial Recovery.

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Just to add some noise to the thread....

Moses came down from the mountain carrying 2 stone tablets and said: "I have good news and bad news"

The good news is: I got him down to 10

The bad news is: Adultery is still in.
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07/07/2010 03:46 PM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
imo...that is a warning...body bags mean people aren't being evacuated, they're dying..quite a difference there...especially to the people involved...


The OP of that thread was *very* clear in explaining the how and why gov orders these things that has nothing to do with doom. One post from him, however, sticks out where he said just before Katrina that was an overflow of orders. His antennas are up at the coincidence.

James Bond:
The first time is by chance.
The second time by coincidence.
The third time is conspiracy.

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you will note that I said...imo...(in my opinion)personally, IMO, I'd choose to take it as a warning if I were in the Gulf...

I too read the thread...but I read him say that he felt the gov't ordering body bags while specifying not to deliver them until a later is not a common practice..that is what drew his attention..and made him say something...

I stick by what I said...body bags are not needed by living people who evacuated..they are needed by those who didn't make it.....and considering that O has said the gulf oil spill could cost millions of lives...I guess we can all take it however we want...if I lived there...I wouldn't panic, but I'd damned sure be paying attention...
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Welcome back, OP.

Please continue when you are ready.
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In case nobody noticed.. OP is back. Check last post pg 202
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07/07/2010 03:52 PM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Well, there's a leak in Lake Superior and an article by AP that there are 27000 abandoned oil & gas wells in the Gulf.

How nice.

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