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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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When he doed DED then it is CODE (morse)




Morse code? What are you talking about? What would be the point of using morse code which everyone knows?


Some things have to be hidden but easy enough to find when you know what you are looking at. It had to look innocent, random, and it did ...lol...

I am not gonna explain more.
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Why does anything "have to be hidden but easy enough to find"?

That's just an idea created by conspiracy fantasists who like to play games and imagine they're in on big secrets.
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Who could "jet propulsion laboratories geophysicist on the move" be?
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Andrea Donnellan

Is the most important and lends greatly to ANSS Project as well
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sharkhunter
Shark is a type off class (level S ?) of subs
[link to en.wikipedia.org]


My guess, naming ORCA was only to point out that Whale is a S-hunter?
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This probably has nothing to do with the current search for answers on this thread, but just a heads up in case anyone missed it:

Thread: 100.000 Fish dead in ShortCreek Dam Columbus, ND. The water is black and smells of sulfur
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uh huh... and ya gotta wonder how many cryptographers and covert op personnel have been sent to the unemployment lines because of us and our little games of clue

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Please tell me nobody really believes this.
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Has anyone worked out where zones one and two are? What keeps coming to mind is the fact that being interested in hosting hardy perennials in my garden I always check the zone they can grow in. Now in Nebraska I thnk we were 6 or 7. Zone 1 or 2 would be a very cold place like the Arctic or Antarctic? Perhaps this has already been worked on but since this is in my head I thought that I should add it to the thread to see what you think!
Also could you please let me know where OP definitely stated that EM stood for the sub Emeraude. When I see EM I think electromagnetic!!!
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Maybe so. I think op referred to the sandwich as "Em" and not "EM"
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uh huh... and ya gotta wonder how many cryptographers and covert op personnel have been sent to the unemployment lines because of us and our little games of clue



Please tell me nobody really believes this.
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Hey, I DO believe in fairies...and in this thread!!!
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Who could "jet propulsion laboratories geophysicist on the move" be?
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This lady is into earthquakes, etc. [link to science.jpl.nasa.gov]
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Who could "jet propulsion laboratories geophysicist on the move" be?

This lady is into earthquakes, etc. [link to science.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Tex Tamale

Well, thats two votes for Andrea Donnellan
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Check out this from JPL's best

Andrea Donnellan.

Its about a third way down on the list.

2.0207
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Andrea
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Deformation, Ecosystem Structure, and Dynamics of Ice (DESDynI)

Link:

[link to www.aeroconf.org]
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Who could "jet propulsion laboratories geophysicist on the move" be?

This lady is into earthquakes, etc. [link to science.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Tex Tamale

Specifically involved with this: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Tectonic

InSAR can be used to measure tectonic deformation, for example ground movements due to earthquakes. It was first used for the 1992 Landers earthquake,[5] but has since been utilised extensively for a wide variety of earthquakes all over the world. In particular the 1999 Izmit and 2003 Bam earthquakes were extensively studied. [7][8] InSAR can also be used to monitor creep and strain accumulation on faults.

Volcanic

InSAR can be used in a variety of volcanic settings, including deformation associated with eruptions, inter-eruption strain caused by changes in magma distribution at depth, gravitational spreading of volcanic edifices, and volcano-tectonic deformation signals.[9] Early work on volcanic InSAR included studies on Mount Etna,[6] and Kilauea,[10] with many more volcanoes being studied as the field developed. The technique is now widely used for academic research into volcanic deformation, although its use as an operational monitoring technique for volcano observatories has been limited by issues such as orbital repeat times, lack of archived data, coherence and atmospheric errors.[11] Recently InSAR has also been used to study rifting processes in Ethiopia.[1
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I think it started back in February, this based on the sudden spurt of articles on nanotech and microbes. Still thinking that the problem lies with Thunder Horse, which could have been designed and built for new technology. It may have gotten out-of-hand (cracked seafloor) and they used Deepwater Horizon as an excuse in order to buy time before the Russians, French, Germans, etc. coming looking to see what's going on.


so if i understood correctly the:

3 incoming sub sonic aircraft were not airplanes

they were of ???? origin

2 were shot down? or came down independently and splashed down in the GOM?

their splash zones have become territory for a mexican stand off by russian?french and us forces in an attempt to kill a strategically advantageous tech/product obtained through an accident?/intentional use of nanotech to produce a substance of value

the bottom line seems to be that the biochemistry of the area is irreversibly changed for the worst of any biological organism living within range of this accident/experiment

my personal feelings are that they know there is a catastrophic event about to happen which has been exponentially building up over the past 4 months or so

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And this too,


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QuakeSim: Efficient Modeling of Sensor Web Data in a Web Services Environment


Same link.
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It is as though the splash zone are positioning itself. floating crystals. My girlfriend says this oil leak is intelligent.
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...

me get energy from crystal likwid
...

yes keep crystal and magnet in glas when u drink salt water but sea water beter
u must not swalow crystal or magnet ok
u can also put crystal and magnet in every drink like juice but not swallow crystal magnet ever
u not use crystal and magnet in hot drinks or alkol drinks
the longer crystal and magnet stay in drink b4 u drink the beter ok
when go sleep hold crystal left hand hold magnet rite hand hands must not tuch til you fal sleep ok u get real dreams
u get telepath dreams

Thread: me tel u now so u belive me 15 may (Page 70)
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Okay, so Andrea Donnellan seems best candidate,

Her link to Hawaii yeilds connections with University there.

Is OP linking the two, or is this two seperate events to be on watch for ?


< scratches >
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yes me rite date but me wrong bignes
oil become dangerus 4 humans
yor leaders dicide spread sickenes thru oil and contaminate
oil becuase al human use oil daily
with oil it is eazy to spread sciknes every day
when u tuch or smel oil you become sick die soon
yor leaders develops clean new safe oil to make more mony but that oil also kil eventualy

Thread: me tel u now so u belive me 15 may (Page 70)

PS: posted in 4/21/2008 by AC in France
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WOW,

Look at what our JPL lady yeilds here...


[link to gdsc.nlr.nl]

Pay close attention to Dates.


Also keep in mind Gulf and Pacific are Both this year, ideal for Hurricanes.
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Who could "jet propulsion laboratories geophysicist on the move" be?

This lady is into earthquakes, etc. [link to science.jpl.nasa.gov]

Specifically involved with this: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Tectonic

InSAR can be used to measure tectonic deformation, for example ground movements due to earthquakes. It was first used for the 1992 Landers earthquake,[5] but has since been utilised extensively for a wide variety of earthquakes all over the world. In particular the 1999 Izmit and 2003 Bam earthquakes were extensively studied. [7][8] InSAR can also be used to monitor creep and strain accumulation on faults.

Volcanic

InSAR can be used in a variety of volcanic settings, including deformation associated with eruptions, inter-eruption strain caused by changes in magma distribution at depth, gravitational spreading of volcanic edifices, and volcano-tectonic deformation signals.[9] Early work on volcanic InSAR included studies on Mount Etna,[6] and Kilauea,[10] with many more volcanoes being studied as the field developed. The technique is now widely used for academic research into volcanic deformation, although its use as an operational monitoring technique for volcano observatories has been limited by issues such as orbital repeat times, lack of archived data, coherence and atmospheric errors.[11] Recently InSAR has also been used to study rifting processes in Ethiopia.[1

 Quoting: GlassPearls

Yep, sure sure fits right into this mess! Now, what's her role?
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WOW,

Look at what our JPL lady yeilds here...


[link to gdsc.nlr.nl]

Pay close attention to Dates.


Also keep in mind Gulf and Pacific are Both this year, ideal for Hurricanes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 992677



Are Splash Points making any sense in this article ?
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Yep, sure sure fits right into this mess! Now, what's her role?
 Quoting: Tex Tamale

For now, it's pure speculation she is even involved. But what are the chances she's not involved to some degree? Interesting nonetheless.
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uh huh... and ya gotta wonder how many cryptographers and covert op personnel have been sent to the unemployment lines because of us and our little games of clue



Please tell me nobody really believes this.

Hey, I DO believe in fairies...and in this thread!!!
 Quoting: Doomamatrix


Let's leave aside the question of whether anything on your thread is true or not.

My point is that there is no way your "little games of clue" or "noise" would stop any spooks from detecting and understanding your discussion if in fact they were looking.

It's beyond silly.
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Another thread here at GLP said the above EU article is Sorcha. If so, I apologize!!

You have to take Sorcha with a pinch of salt but where there is smoke there is generally fire!!!!!

Exactly!! However, here is another link with the same info, so that smoke is getting heavier!

[link to www.military.com]
 Quoting: Tex Tamale


Interesting link. Interesting also to note all those troops to stem the drugs from South America. Also the reference to thecno equipment of said drug cartels. Also look to the stranglehold of the American continent.
Just wondering as to the troops in Haiti, are they still there with the hospitals which the set up with UN aid.
On another note. Is the Aricebo (sp) telescope in Costa Rico.
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yes me rite date but me wrong bignes
oil become dangerus 4 humans
yor leaders dicide spread sickenes thru oil and contaminate
oil becuase al human use oil daily
with oil it is eazy to spread sciknes every day
when u tuch or smel oil you become sick die soon
yor leaders develops clean new safe oil to make more mony but that oil also kil eventualy

Thread: me tel u now so u belive me 15 may (Page 70)

PS: posted in 4/21/2008 by AC in France
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That is Acolyte's post who was caught using the same used ID and obviously behind a French proxy. He is in S.Africa.
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Dear OP,
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uh huh... and ya gotta wonder how many cryptographers and covert op personnel have been sent to the unemployment lines because of us and our little games of clue



Please tell me nobody really believes this.

Hey, I DO believe in fairies...and in this thread!!!


Let's leave aside the question of whether anything on your thread is true or not.

My point is that there is no way your "little games of clue" or "noise" would stop any spooks from detecting and understanding your discussion if in fact they were looking.

It's beyond silly.
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OK then.... byekitty
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yes me rite date but me wrong bignes
oil become dangerus 4 humans
yor leaders dicide spread sickenes thru oil and contaminate
oil becuase al human use oil daily
with oil it is eazy to spread sciknes every day
when u tuch or smel oil you become sick die soon
yor leaders develops clean new safe oil to make more mony but that oil also kil eventualy

Thread: me tel u now so u belive me 15 may (Page 70)

PS: posted in 4/21/2008 by AC in France

That is Acolyte's post who was caught using the same used ID and obviously behind a French proxy. He is in S.Africa.
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Ok, with the post about the lady above, I have come full circle four times. These connections I keep coming back to:
Plate tectonics
Magnetic anomalies (a really big part)
volcanic, undersea so far

Ok, my thoughts, what if you knew where the plates would fracture? And were able to tie with existing magnetic anomalies? Could these anomalies be so strong at times to alter a sub's navigation or function? Exerting forces on the plates to encourage them to move? Just thinking out loud...
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Ok, with the post about the lady above, I have come full circle four times. These connections I keep coming back to:
Plate tectonics
Magnetic anomalies (a really big part)
volcanic, undersea so far

Ok, my thoughts, what if you knew where the plates would fracture? And were able to tie with existing magnetic anomalies? Could these anomalies be so strong at times to alter a sub's navigation or function? Exerting forces on the plates to encourage them to move? Just thinking out loud...
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It was my thoughts as well. I cant help but think, they are going to induce movement, possible to assist in excavating the site easier ? They want to see more, but its burried. Could it be the Ancient city ?
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Ok, with the post about the lady above, I have come full circle four times. These connections I keep coming back to:
Plate tectonics
Magnetic anomalies (a really big part)
volcanic, undersea so far

Ok, my thoughts, what if you knew where the plates would fracture? And were able to tie with existing magnetic anomalies? Could these anomalies be so strong at times to alter a sub's navigation or function? Exerting forces on the plates to encourage them to move? Just thinking out loud...
 Quoting: TheWatcher


1. Knowing where the plates would fracture. Understand.

2. 'Tie' these plates (to prevent slipping?) with mag anom ??

3. Mag anom could mess with sub nav.. yes.

4. Exerting forces..from where?
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Ok, with the post about the lady above, I have come full circle four times. These connections I keep coming back to:
Plate tectonics
Magnetic anomalies (a really big part)
volcanic, undersea so far

Ok, my thoughts, what if you knew where the plates would fracture? And were able to tie with existing magnetic anomalies? Could these anomalies be so strong at times to alter a sub's navigation or function? Exerting forces on the plates to encourage them to move? Just thinking out loud...


1. Knowing where the plates would fracture. Understand.

+1,000,000
2. 'Tie' these plates (to prevent slipping?) with mag anom ??

3. Mag anom could mess with sub nav.. yes.

4. Exerting forces..from where?
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