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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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Another reference:

Gulf of Aden axial magnetic anomaly and the Curie temperature isotherm

D. Tamsett & R. W. Girdler

School of Physics, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, UK

The main features of magnetic anomalies over ocean ridges have been explained1 as a corollary of seafloor spreading and geomagnetic reversals. Oceanic crust is formed in a narrow region, becoming magnetized in the direction of the Earth's magnetic field as its temperature falls through the Curie point of the magnetic minerals present. The Gulf of Aden was one of the first places where reversely magnetized sea floor was recognized2. The seafloor spreading direction and latitude are such that the anomaly due to normal magnetization is negative and slightly skewed. Positive anomalies were also observed suggesting the presence of reverse magnetization. A short wavelength magnetic anomaly which frequently occurs superimposed on the axial magnetic anomaly in the Gulf of Aden is now described. Various interpretations are considered; the preferred involves a dramatic shallowing of the Curie temperature isotherm close to the seafloor spreading centre. The interpretation has implications for models of the generation of oceanic lithosphere and for locating possible geothermal areas in rifted regions.
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The url for the reference above:

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Another reference:

Gulf of Aden axial magnetic anomaly and the Curie temperature isotherm

D. Tamsett & R. W. Girdler

School of Physics, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, UK

The main features of magnetic anomalies over ocean ridges have been explained1 as a corollary of seafloor spreading and geomagnetic reversals. Oceanic crust is formed in a narrow region, becoming magnetized in the direction of the Earth's magnetic field as its temperature falls through the Curie point of the magnetic minerals present. The Gulf of Aden was one of the first places where reversely magnetized sea floor was recognized2. The seafloor spreading direction and latitude are such that the anomaly due to normal magnetization is negative and slightly skewed. Positive anomalies were also observed suggesting the presence of reverse magnetization. A short wavelength magnetic anomaly which frequently occurs superimposed on the axial magnetic anomaly in the Gulf of Aden is now described. Various interpretations are considered; the preferred involves a dramatic shallowing of the Curie temperature isotherm close to the seafloor spreading centre. The interpretation has implications for models of the generation of oceanic lithosphere and for locating possible geothermal areas in rifted regions.
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And with this magnetic anomaly, how would a positron be effected in this senerio ? Just asking.
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Or an isotope with 118 neutrons?
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Or an isotope with 118 neutrons?
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118, are you certain ?
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Or an isotope with 118 neutrons?



118, are you certain ?
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Tralalalalallallallalalalllalalallaalla! Making some noise...

According to OP, 197 Au which is supposedly stable with 118 neutrons.
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Good One.

It is a known fact that the immune system utilises 8 specific sugars out of hundreds in existence. I long ago asked why those 8?

Answer lies in the fact that the immune system is an interface between the physical body and the electric body and these sugars posess both chemical and electrical properties. Also when one of the sugars is deficient in the human body then the remaining sugars undergo changes to fill the gap. I suspect that this is more than a chemical change and more a 'morphing' so that the cells may use the required coding.

If this were not possible then we would have ceased to exist a long time ago as our diets rarely contain even half the necessary sugars with which to operate remotely efficient.







Just wanted to remind everyone of this:

The PP confirmed the discovery of an unknown prehistoric organism which through nano engineering and extreme depth and pressure morph compounds found in this new oil with seawater into gold, however there is a drawback, a massive and absolutely cataclysmic one

alksdjfldkjflsdkjfs;lkdjdslkjga'pao0eal;kjmdlsf/m Then...

the gold which they thought was stable 197 stays like that only for a few hours, then THE GOLD KEEPS ON MORPHING INTO SOMETHING ELSE because its living and they cant stop it.

And this something else is what is happening onboard GCP and possibly now also on Em.



Informed people would already be aware that oil is NOT formed as a result of dead, decaying dinosaurs etc. What we call oil is formed naturally, as a result of bacterial/microbial activity under certain temperatures and pressures etc. (See Abiotic Oil). This is why oil is found in 'new' areas of the Earth's crust, and near where tectonic activity is ongoing.

Note also, the existence of deep undersea vents in the Gulf/Caribbean - the microbes of which are the topic of much study and debate.

I have read of theories which suggest that microbes are capable of transmuting one element of the periodic table into another. In fact, there is a line of research which suggests that microbes in the human body do this too.

It is not a big stretch of the imagination to believe that microbes might exist which 'output' gold. However, I do not believe the size of the fuss is linked to the possible discovery of microbes which lay golden eggs.

Something else is down there - something that either wasn't there before, or wasn't detectable before.

peace
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Infra
It is a Latin word meaning " below, beneath or underneath". It is used to indicate in a writing or a document that the details of the particular matter will appear in brief at a later portion of the document or as under. It differs from the term "Supra" which means the matter has already been briefed earlier or above.

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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



I personaly think that OP does not make wrong typo's, most of the time it is just like the DED shows. We know he talks in codes.
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Definitions of vector on the Web:


any agent (person or animal or microorganism) that carries and transmits a disease; "mosquitos are vectors of malaria and yellow fever"; "fleas are vectors of the plague"; "aphids are transmitters of plant diseases"; "when medical scientists talk about vectors they are usually talking about ...
(genetics) a virus or other agent that is used to deliver DNA to a cell
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Channel

Could be something that directs flow
Or possibly talking about the Yucatan Channel


Also spelled Captian wrong (only the second time)



so infra - read below
read signature (signature)

captian - Capt Ian - Maybe Captain Ian McNaught
(who has ties to bp) but unless he is the captain of a cruise ship a can't fit him into place

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Just wanted to remind everyone of this:

The PP confirmed the discovery of an unknown prehistoric organism which through nano engineering and extreme depth and pressure morph compounds found in this new oil with seawater into gold, however there is a drawback, a massive and absolutely cataclysmic one

alksdjfldkjflsdkjfs;lkdjdslkjga'pao0eal;kjmdlsf/m Then...

the gold which they thought was stable 197 stays like that only for a few hours, then THE GOLD KEEPS ON MORPHING INTO SOMETHING ELSE because its living and they cant stop it.

And this something else is what is happening onboard GCP and possibly now also on Em.
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this guy also says there is gold down there



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Em captain indicates possible splash zone 1 and 2..
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Em requests Mistral to relay to Russian command immediately and confirm signature. ..
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Mistral to Em, standby waiting to confirm infra signature from russian command
am i too late?

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wonder what kind of splash?
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wonder what kind of splash?
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zone 1 zone 2


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Goodnight Ms Krispy
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g'nite ms.Krispy...I love your special smileys....and your brain power too
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Aaaahw ... tnx !!! hugs
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1. What is the basic difference between an Exd/Exe equipment for Zone-2 and Zone-1 for the same gas group?
Is there any constructional difference, i.e. gap between two flanges, thickness of the housing etc. or is it only the extent of testing done?

2. Suppose I have an Exd motor suitable for Zone-2 in a Zone-2 area. Now there is gas leak. Do I need to shut down the motor? My understanding is, if I don't shut down, gas may enter into the casing and there may be explosion inside the casing. Though it is not a safety issue, but the equipment will be damaged. So if I want to save the equipment, it is better to shut down. But normally there will be thousands of transmitters on the field and on confirmed gas in the plant we don't shut down the transmitters.
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I had 2 thoughts about OP's last update. The unknown infra red signal is coming from a) "they" who the french fear may want to sink A Whale, or b) is from the seafloor (ie a sudden intensification of the situation (lava, methane, etc).

I also haven't seen it noted (although I could have missed it), but OP's hint wasn't about an orca, but an Orca (as in a proper name).
[link to www7440.nrlssc.navy.mil] U. S. NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY: ORCA ???
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TNX !!!

me too was thinking that he did not say that for nothing and that it had a meaning.
Glad I am not the only one ;)

There are several possibilities, but your link is sure one good of it !!

hf
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I don't think any of us came up with that id for ORCA...hmmmm...thanx for that input, I'll be interested to see what the others think of it..:slapping forehead:
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Yes I did !
Several pages back, it was also a kind of special equipt rover. And more ...


EDIT add earlier postings

(...)

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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yes sharkhunters and Orca but they are from WW2 and german
An sub called Orca and lateron renamed in ?(cant find it again)

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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^ This german Orca is very interesting ;)


O R C A

Or ça ... gold that (that gold), gold (over)there

Or CA ... gold calcium
Thermo-12® Gold Calcium Silicate Block by IIG
[link to www.atlantech1.com]
Thermo-12® Gold is especially recommended for use in the petrochemical and power generation industries where equipment operates up to 1200°F (649°C).
Other products can be used for sealing in oilbuisness ..
[link to www.atlantech1.com]


or = gold ... FR: or, Au, pigment métallique 3, aurum
ça = that (comme ça : like that)
CA = FR: CA, centre d'appels - access control/ CA, Conseil d'administration - Board of Directors/ CA, contrôle d'accès/ Board of Directors / CA, corps d'armée - army corps


Synoniem van CA: atomic number 20 [link to www.thelabrat.com]
Synoniem van CA: Ca
Synoniem van CA: calcium
Synoniem van CA: metal
Synoniem van CA: metallic element
[link to www.thefreedictionary.com]

FR: CA > EN: Federal Act on Cartels and Other Restraints of Competition of October 6,1995(a); Act on Cartels(b); Cartel Act(c)

... gold cartels ? The army of the gold ? ...


Hmzzz interesting that it can mean more then navy vessels ;)
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Mistral to Em, standby waiting to confirm infra signature from russian command
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Again INFRA signature !!!!

Not INFRA_RED !!!!


Like I said before and tried to give explenation of, imo this is pointing towards something else then infra-red ...



peace
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Orca project
[link to casr.ca]


Orca-navy
[link to www.sevencs.com]


U. S. NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY: ORCA
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Aussie, if you care to share please, a little more info from your sources on the Gulf of Aden. Recall that the "pirate" issue was the reason given for the whole world to send it navies to the Gulf of Aden (GOA) a couple years ago. Also, same time frame, was a report from several Arab sources of something suddenly rising straight up out of the GOA, which caused a minor tsunami on shore.

About the potential of a staged evacuation from the US coast, this thread Thread: Cop At Home Has Persistent Census Worker Arrested along with similar others express complaints about excessive number of visits for information on vacant housing units. It may well be that with hundreds of thousands of vacant housing in this country, that preps are being made to move coastal evacuees into existing vacancies in scattered communities, rather than an attempt at corralling them into "camps." Or, perhaps in addition to camps.

Where and how co you house and feed millions of people removed from their usual living situation?



underwater infrared?? I was a flight test engineer for Lockheed Martin (when it was still Martin Marietta)in the eighties and early nineties and spent all of my time testing..of all things..an infrared system for the Air Force. From my experience,and its been a few years, infrared won't work under water. Who the hell knows, maybe they came up with some new way to differentiate temperature difference under water... but I doubt it.


I concur that IR is not associated with underwater communications, but I have heard that it can be used for detecting the temperature of objects underwater.

Consider the activity going on relatively suddenly in the Gulf of Mexico:

- scientific expeditions announced by the mainstream press, heading to the Cayman Trough, to investigate undersea eruptions 5km down

- BP punctures oil/gas/whatever pocket

- USA sends 46 warships, thousands of marines, planes etc to Costa Rica - to fight the war on drugs

- reports of many other nations' submarines in the area

- French DED chatter as reported by the OP


I suspect that the drug war military movements, the BP oil rupture and the science expeditions are legitimate to all intents and purposes, but that they are simultaneously serving as a good smokescreen for something else.

I have had information which in essence indicates that something big and unexpected has cropped up. My sources indicate that many meetings have occurred over the last 2 weeks - basically seeking to address the situation and on how to 'use' it to maintain their own agendas.
The thing is, whatever it is that has happened, is really big - and many agendas and plans have to be almost totally scrapped and/or rewritten.

I am told that the situation is still developing.

Further, my information pegged the starting point for the consternation as something found in the Gulf of Aden; which then caused them to look for something related/similar in the Gulf of Mexico. We are talking about something very high tech, not expected, and not 'ours'.

Incidentally, my information indicated a staged evacuation from the Gulf of Mexico areas - with martial law being instituted as necessary. Whether or not this period of martial law will be used to perpetuate further 'emergencies' and thus more martial law was unclear.

peace
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Again INFRA signature !!!!

Not INFRA_RED !!!!


Like I said before and tried to give explenation of, imo this is pointing towards something else then infra-red ...



peace
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like this?

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Again INFRA signature !!!!

Not INFRA_RED !!!!


Like I said before and tried to give explenation of, imo this is pointing towards something else then infra-red ...


peace
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like this?

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I dont know, but this is what I came up with ... also just a hunge and guess trying to figure it out. ;)

Welcome back OP flower

Heya all ...

dictionary : Infra‖In*"fra (?), adv. [L. Cf. Inferior.] Below; beneath; under; after; -- often used as a prefix.

infra
Noise below the level of hearing.

Infra
It is a Latin word meaning " below, beneath or underneath". It is used to indicate in a writing or a document that the details of the particular matter will appear in brief at a later portion of the document or as under. It differs from the term "Supra" which means the matter has already been briefed earlier or above.

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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


- So they could have detected unknown noise signatures -below hearing level- ...

-Or they reported unknow signatures and that the details of the particular matter will appear in brief at a later portion of posting ....
(I think this one)

I personaly think that OP does not make wrong typo's, most of the time it is just like the DED shows. We know he talks in codes.
But maybe I am wrong about this and are the sugnatures indeed infra-red in nature.

In any case, it was a critical situation enough to ask for secure channel.
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Renegade, the only time I could see using infrared is at night (on surface) and even then it would less than stellar for distance (would be useing radar instead for this), am I correct? With, yet another question, I'm off, goodnight all
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Yes, OP's post said it happened 14 hrs previous to the post, would put it at 1:30AM.. plenty dark for infrared.
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Again INFRA signature !!!!

Not INFRA_RED !!!!


Like I said before and tried to give explenation of, imo this is pointing towards something else then infra-red ...



peace
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I must have been really tired last night, I just noticed that..or.. could be a translation problem.

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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And.. to clarify a bit on underwater infrared systems.. it has been 20 years since I worked on 'state of the art' IR systems. Like I said, it is possible that they have new systems that would work under water, but the problem with IR is you need a good differential in temperature to see anything with clarity.

Dunking an IR detector underwater would not do this because of the constant temperature of the water itself. It becomes extremely difficult to detect any difference in temperature of anything else in the water.

It would work close in, but not long distances. The system mentioned for communications using IR is using the IR for on board comm after detection of the signal, through normal IR detection. My 2cents.
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Again INFRA signature !!!!

Not INFRA_RED !!!!


Like I said before and tried to give explenation of, imo this is pointing towards something else then infra-red ...

peace

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I must have been really tired last night, I just noticed that..or.. could be a translation problem.

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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It can be :
captain reported unknown infra / read signatures. asked for vector ...

(unknown below hearing noise ... is reading signatures. Important to ask for vector.)

or it can be :
captain reported unknown /infra read/ signatures. ...
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The last three posts from OP sound like they (French) picked up an unknown IR signature of something inbound from the air.. two 'targets' as indicated by splash zones 1 and 2. French seem to think that 'targets' might be Russian, or.. that the Russians would be able to confirm the signature of the 'targets'.
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Just noticed that OP is back to using code.

Em captain indicates possible splash zone 1 and 2..

(I)

Em requests Mistral to relay to Russian command immediately and confirm signature. ..

(EI)


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