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GOLD ?

80% W / 20% AU or reversed ?

Tungsten !!! Check out .


Good suggestion. Knew there was something gnawing at me about those Numbers...

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Has great grounding properties.

Magnetic seafloor and tungsten... Hmmmm


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Tesla's Free energy and wireless transmission.

Assumed as Atlantis power distribution.

Or,

Are they raising an ancient reactor ?
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He point blank told us it was the gold that kept morphing and that they couldn't control it..the gold is the cargo...and the US Navy has plans for how to take care of it, but the French and Russians are not on board with their plans, so the US Navy will go it alone(a coup,iow) if necessary...(wouldn't that also explain the blimp?)this is why all the different nation's ships are in the gom...or am I wrong?...he told us that between primordial bacteria, and nanotechnology...a situation has been created that cannot be controlled...and it's killing people...and the word cataclysmic was also used in relation to the gold...that is living and continues to morph and is uncontrollable...


Russian sub 'could stop oil leak'
Friday, 9 July 2010
[link to news.bbc.co.uk]
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right, but OP said that they(French) and Russians were not on board with what the US NAVY wanted to do...not that they couldn't do it..
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just found this:

"The neighbors of Andrew Crosse regarded him as more devil than man. They did not understand the bright flashes that lighted his laboratory windows at night when he was tinkering with his crude electrical devices. Not only was he dreaded and shunned as "the thunder and lightning man," but he was denounced as an atheist, a blasphemer, and a Frankenstein who had best be put in chains for the common safety.

Andrew Crosse minded his own business, it is true, but his was a very strange business for the early 1800's. And one of his experiments remains a very strange business to this day.

Andrew was an enthusiastic amateur experimenter in the new field of electricity. Out of touch with others in the same work, he labored under the double handicap of not knowing what had already been done - and of not understanding what he was doing himself. Yet it may have been this very lack of knowledge which led him to undertake the experiments which were to inscribe his name, however faintly, in the annals of science.

He decided to induce the development of artificial crystals by subjecting chemicals to prolonged exposure to weak electrical currents. Andrew mixed up some silicate of potash and hydrochloric acid and into this he dropped a fistsized chunk of oxide of iron. By inducing the current from a small battery to trickle through the solution to the oxide of iron, he hoped to bring about the growth of artificial crystals of silica.

Having arranged this combination of chemicals and current, Andrew set it aside and went back to his favorite pastime of studying the spark-gap - the flashes which alarmed his neighbors.

Did he accidentally stumble upon an arrangement which created life from inorganic matter?

In a paper which he wrote for the London Electrical Society in that same year of 1837, Andrew set down this account of his experience.

He wrote "On the fourteenth day after the commencement of this experiment, I observed through a small magnifying lens a few small whitish specks clustered around the middle of the electrified stone. Four days later these specks had doubled in size and had struck out six or eight fine filaments around each speck . . . the filaments longer than the hemisphere from which they projected.

"On the 26th day of the experiment, the objects assumed the form of perfect insects, standing erect on the bristles which they were growing. Although I regarded this as most unusual I attached no singular significance to it until two days later, the 28th day of the experiment, when the magnifying lens showed that these things were moving their legs. I must say now that I was quite astonished. After a few more days they detached themselves from the stone and moved about through the caustic acid solution.

"In the course of a few weeks more than a hundred of them made their appearance on the oxide of iron. Under a microscope I examined them and found that the smaller ones had six legs, the larger ones had eight. Others who have examined them pronounced them to be of the genus acari, but some say they are an entirely new species."

relevance of magnetic induction to create new lifeforms from crystallization of minerals

from here:
[link to www.cheniere.org]

tom is one of my favorite reads, great man
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Thanks Krispy,


You have offered much to chew on.

Be well and see you soon.
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Good day, my girlfriend says a midNight level alert can be called any day now. she says people at other embassies are catching on, even the mail courier agent was so nervous this morning that security thought he was acting suspiciously and arrested him. he was released after intervention from her superior.. after reading the mail her superior immediately phoned his wife. (there are so many alerts now,, i can not keep track of them all .) I know and read you all still asking about the cargo. I've told you what 80% of it is. just look careFully. the other other 20% is the cataclysmic one. we are making plans for our safety, when we ready i will tell you but its there if you read careFully.
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GN ..(,, .)I the other other 20% is the cataclysmic one FF

GN IFF are in capitals
also noted the two periods, two comas, and a space before a period

Aren't gn and iff mathematical references?

Note: I don't know any code stuff, so I leave it to those so inclined, however, I did note that no one seemed to pay any attention to the first capital G. Just throwing this out there, don't know if it matters or not. Peace
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just found this:

"The neighbors of Andrew Crosse regarded him as more devil than man. They did not understand the bright flashes that lighted his laboratory windows at night when he was tinkering with his crude electrical devices. Not only was he dreaded and shunned as "the thunder and lightning man," but he was denounced as an atheist, a blasphemer, and a Frankenstein who had best be put in chains for the common safety.

Andrew Crosse minded his own business, it is true, but his was a very strange business for the early 1800's. And one of his experiments remains a very strange business to this day.

Andrew was an enthusiastic amateur experimenter in the new field of electricity. Out of touch with others in the same work, he labored under the double handicap of not knowing what had already been done - and of not understanding what he was doing himself. Yet it may have been this very lack of knowledge which led him to undertake the experiments which were to inscribe his name, however faintly, in the annals of science.

He decided to induce the development of artificial crystals by subjecting chemicals to prolonged exposure to weak electrical currents. Andrew mixed up some silicate of potash and hydrochloric acid and into this he dropped a fistsized chunk of oxide of iron. By inducing the current from a small battery to trickle through the solution to the oxide of iron, he hoped to bring about the growth of artificial crystals of silica.

Having arranged this combination of chemicals and current, Andrew set it aside and went back to his favorite pastime of studying the spark-gap - the flashes which alarmed his neighbors.

Did he accidentally stumble upon an arrangement which created life from inorganic matter?

In a paper which he wrote for the London Electrical Society in that same year of 1837, Andrew set down this account of his experience.

He wrote "On the fourteenth day after the commencement of this experiment, I observed through a small magnifying lens a few small whitish specks clustered around the middle of the electrified stone. Four days later these specks had doubled in size and had struck out six or eight fine filaments around each speck . . . the filaments longer than the hemisphere from which they projected.

"On the 26th day of the experiment, the objects assumed the form of perfect insects, standing erect on the bristles which they were growing. Although I regarded this as most unusual I attached no singular significance to it until two days later, the 28th day of the experiment, when the magnifying lens showed that these things were moving their legs. I must say now that I was quite astonished. After a few more days they detached themselves from the stone and moved about through the caustic acid solution.

"In the course of a few weeks more than a hundred of them made their appearance on the oxide of iron. Under a microscope I examined them and found that the smaller ones had six legs, the larger ones had eight. Others who have examined them pronounced them to be of the genus acari, but some say they are an entirely new species."

relevance of magnetic induction to create new lifeforms from crystallization of minerals

from here:
[link to www.cheniere.org]

tom is one of my favorite reads, great man
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WOW ! That's fuckin unreal !!!

Dude made Franken-roaches. Sci fi come to life, the invading army to march ashore, will be Frankenbugs and resistant to a radio-active enviroment.

That's just Fuckin crazy. A Viral has to be made of this thread.


Great find, and thanks for posting Dude.
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Good day, my girlfriend says a midNight level alert can be called any day now. she says people at other embassies are catching on, even the mail courier agent was so nervous this morning that security thought he was acting suspiciously and arrested him. he was released after intervention from her superior.. after reading the mail her superior immediately phoned his wife. (there are so many alerts now,, i can not keep track of them all .) I know and read you all still asking about the cargo. I've told you what 80% of it is. just look careFully. the other other 20% is the cataclysmic one. we are making plans for our safety, when we ready i will tell you but its there if you read careFully.

GN ..(,, .)I the other other 20% is the cataclysmic one FF

GN IFF are in capitals
also noted the two periods, two comas, and a space before a period

Aren't gn and iff mathematical references?

Note: I don't know any code stuff, so I leave it to those so inclined, however, I did note that no one seemed to pay any attention to the first capital G. Just throwing this out there, don't know if it matters or not. Peace
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After reading that other thing on that crazy scientist,

GN FF could spell

Geo-Nuclear Franken Flies ! LOL
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Hoggibus, piggibus et shotam damnabile grunto.
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Good day, my girlfriend says a midNight level alert can be called any day now. she says people at other embassies are catching on, even the mail courier agent was so nervous this morning that security thought he was acting suspiciously and arrested him. he was released after intervention from her superior.. after reading the mail her superior immediately phoned his wife. (there are so many alerts now,, i can not keep track of them all .)
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And yet, oddly, after two weeks there is nothing about this anywhere other than GLP.
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relevance of magnetic induction to create new lifeforms from crystallization of minerals

from here:
[link to www.cheniere.org]

tom is one of my favorite reads, great man



WOW ! That's fuckin unreal !!!

Dude made Franken-roaches. Sci fi come to life, the invading army to march ashore, will be Frankenbugs and resistant to a radio-active enviroment.

That's just Fuckin crazy. A Viral has to be made of this thread.


Great find, and thanks for posting Dude.
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anyone notice the red (ferous oxide) colour of the sea in the gom?
in addition to the abundance of silica and surface magnetic interference as reported by em captain

seems like most of the raw materials are there aside from HCl which is probably the base of corexit (just guessing)
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I have searched for the video TrInItY posted awhile back about oil on the beach with some mysterious white goo/stuff in it but I can't find it, that video along with TrInItY's thoughts about the goo/stuff should be included in this thread. I can't e-mail him to get his thoughts but maybe one of you could,and link that video here as well. sorry for being inept peace
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relevance of magnetic induction to create new lifeforms from crystallization of minerals

from here:
[link to www.cheniere.org]

tom is one of my favorite reads, great man



WOW ! That's fuckin unreal !!!

Dude made Franken-roaches. Sci fi come to life, the invading army to march ashore, will be Frankenbugs and resistant to a radio-active enviroment.

That's just Fuckin crazy. A Viral has to be made of this thread.


Great find, and thanks for posting Dude.


anyone notice the red (ferous oxide) colour of the sea in the gom?
in addition to the abundance of silica and surface magnetic interference as reported by em captain

seems like most of the raw materials are there aside from HCl which is probably the base of corexit (just guessing)
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Brackish Water holds loads of Iron, when stagnet it can grow bacteria and other nasty ass things.
Iron oxide in water is FOE. Imagine these Franken Ticks carrying plague. Now my skin itches again, No, the public is not experiencing Mass Morgellon Syndrome.

Virus H6N66 passed on via microscopic Franken-Ticks.

Holy Shit !
LOL
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I have searched for the video TrInItY posted awhile back about oil on the beach with some mysterious white goo/stuff in it but I can't find it, that video along with TrInItY's thoughts about the goo/stuff should be included in this thread. I can't e-mail him to get his thoughts but maybe one of you could,and link that video here as well. sorry for being inept peace
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The White Goo stuff, Is what Bacteria Looks like in Iron Oxide brackish water.
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Incidental info--

hoo boy. In my searches for this thread, I end up reading a lot of useless info. This one got me after seeing the post and vid ofgiant red rings in the atmosphere coming in from the gulf.

Nitrogen dioxide. Reddish brown gas suspendable in the atmosphere. Major component of air pollution. Poisionous as all hell in concentration.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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I followed links on one of the PSI guy's posts and at USGS found this:

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

That looks exactly like the pics we've been shown of underwater Atlantis, supposedly around Bimini and out in the Atlantic.

Looks to me like underwater Atlantis IS the GOM!

Anyone have another explanation for these gridlines?
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I followed links on one of the PSI guy's posts and at USGS found this:

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

That looks exactly like the pics we've been shown of underwater Atlantis, supposedly around Bimini and out in the Atlantic.

Looks to me like underwater Atlantis IS the GOM!

Anyone have another explanation for these gridlines?
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Yes,


This

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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Good day, my girlfriend says a midNight level alert can be called any day now. she says people at other embassies are catching on, even the mail courier agent was so nervous this morning that security thought he was acting suspiciously and arrested him. he was released after intervention from her superior.. after reading the mail her superior immediately phoned his wife. (there are so many alerts now,, i can not keep track of them all .) I know and read you all still asking about the cargo. I've told you what 80% of it is. just look careFully. the other other 20% is the cataclysmic one. we are making plans for our safety, when we ready i will tell you but its there if you read careFully.

GN ..(,, .)I the other other 20% is the cataclysmic one FF

GN IFF are in capitals
also noted the two periods, two comas, and a space before a period

Aren't gn and iff mathematical references?

Note: I don't know any code stuff, so I leave it to those so inclined, however, I did note that no one seemed to pay any attention to the first capital G. Just throwing this out there, don't know if it matters or not. Peace
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I have read this post from the OP probably a dozen times and JUST NOW realized that the word OTHER is there twice! OP doesn't make mistakes with his words, so I think that serves a purpose.

Last Edited by Tex Tamale on 07/09/2010 04:13 PM
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another hit on the POLARIS mention from the op

from nanotech research:

Molecular assembler
As defined by K. Eric Drexler, a molecular assembler is a "proposed device able to guide chemical reactions by positioning reactive molecules with atomic precision." Since they both receive instructions from messenger RNA and then assemble specific sequences of amino acids to construct protein molecules, some biological molecules such as ribosomes fit this definition. However, the term "molecular assembler" usually refers to theoretical human-made or synthetic devices.

In the UK, development of ribosome-like molecular assemblers was funded in 2007 by the British Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

to here:
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is a British Research Council that provides government funding for grants to undertake research and postgraduate degrees in engineering and the physical sciences (including mathematics, artificial intelligence and computer science), mainly to universities in the United Kingdom. The head office is in Swindon, Wiltshire in the same building (Polaris House) that houses the Science and Technology Facilities Council, Natural Environment Research Council, Research Councils UK, and the British National Space Centre.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

to here:
Polaris House
[link to www.rcuk.ac.uk]
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Wild thought - what if the witches brew, that is now the GOM, could be activated (like the story of the mild electrical current) by a solar CME? Isn't one expected on or about 7/11?
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The solar GME is a lot of high energy protons. Maybe that is what is the extra oomph that the microb needs to react the gold. They would get very few far underground.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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I am going to repost this..at the risk of seeming to be obnoxious...I purely don't mean it that way...but in going back and reading OP's posts...this is what I am thinking...

"He point blank told us it was the gold that kept morphing and that they couldn't control it..the gold(a sample they collected?) is the cargo...and the US Navy has plans for how to take care of it, but the French and Russians are not on board with their plans, so the US Navy will go it alone(a coup,iow) if necessary...(wouldn't that also explain the blimp?)this is why all the different nation's ships are in the gom...or am I wrong?...he told us that between primordial bacteria, and nanotechnology...a situation has been created that cannot be controlled...and it's killing people...and the word cataclysmic was also used in relation to the gold...that is living and continues to morph and is uncontrollable..."

What OP was telling Krispy was...that she had, by looking up ORCA...almost figured out what Whale/Sharkhunter were...and so he helped her out, by confirming sharkhunter was a sub, etc...

it's morhphing gold...and if you look up gray goo, you will find that a concern of using nano technology way back in 03, was that it would get away from them...(supposedly only in the realm of science fiction...but maybe not, after all) and that it could cause cataclysmic results for the WORLD and Possibly the whole universe eventually...ok...now in reading about the gray/green goo...it's said that within hours a run away nano could replicate itself millions of times...and within so many days that it could weigh more than the earth itself...would that be what the sinking of the WHALE was about??? We assumed he meant that a navy/ship/sub would sink A WHALE...but perhaps the weight of nanos replicating would be heavy enough to sink it, as it's processing the oily water..just throwing thoughts out there...anyone????
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first of all i wouldn't be surprised about nanotech being used but disassembling/self assembling nanobots (that aren't foreign) i would doubt but with that aside. just thinking out loud if they were using nanobots that didn't have a stop function trigger or something, one way they maybe could stop them is through EMP.
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Ride 'em, cowboy, don't let them throw you down,
You're the toughest cowboy in this old town.
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Incidental info--

hoo boy. In my searches for this thread, I end up reading a lot of useless info. This one got me after seeing the post and vid ofgiant red rings in the atmosphere coming in from the gulf.

Nitrogen dioxide. Reddish brown gas suspendable in the atmosphere. Major component of air pollution. Poisionous as all hell in concentration.
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In early stage of spill, I mentioned that the Gas to Liquid ratio was 3,000:1 3,000 being the combination of gases. This is leak, at port. You still have to factor in the rise and expansion. The oil only from port at depth is:
1 gal.= 100 gallons per every 1,000 foot of rise. And we all know how deep it is. And the dispersants are being injected into stream at port discharge, and they combined and expand as well. Then at atmospheric pressure, condensing begins and increases as it rises to ceiling, and along the way as it condenses, it percipitates as well.

3,000:1 and waht is the head pressure ? Yup, makes your head spin huh... Nasty as hell.
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I followed links on one of the PSI guy's posts and at USGS found this:

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

That looks exactly like the pics we've been shown of underwater Atlantis, supposedly around Bimini and out in the Atlantic.

Looks to me like underwater Atlantis IS the GOM!

Anyone have another explanation for these gridlines?



Yes,


This

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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Isn't the location for the Huffington Post article the SW Carribean and not the GOM?
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OP has given us two alerts - first one, was FULL OMEGA level naval ALERT, second one today was a midNight level alert. Don't know if there's any deeper meaning to that or not...
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I am going to repost this..at the risk of seeming to be obnoxious...I purely don't mean it that way...but in going back and reading OP's posts...this is what I am thinking...

"He point blank told us it was the gold that kept morphing and that they couldn't control it..the gold(a sample they collected?) is the cargo...and the US Navy has plans for how to take care of it, but the French and Russians are not on board with their plans, so the US Navy will go it alone(a coup,iow) if necessary...(wouldn't that also explain the blimp?)this is why all the different nation's ships are in the gom...or am I wrong?...he told us that between primordial bacteria, and nanotechnology...a situation has been created that cannot be controlled...and it's killing people...and the word cataclysmic was also used in relation to the gold...that is living and continues to morph and is uncontrollable..."

What OP was telling Krispy was...that she had, by looking up ORCA...almost figured out what Whale/Sharkhunter were...and so he helped her out, by confirming sharkhunter was a sub, etc...

it's morhphing gold...and if you look up gray goo, you will find that a concern of using nano technology way back in 03, was that it would get away from them...(supposedly only in the realm of science fiction...but maybe not, after all) and that it could cause cataclysmic results for the WORLD and Possibly the whole universe eventually...ok...now in reading about the gray/green goo...it's said that within hours a run away nano could replicate itself millions of times...and within so many days that it could weigh more than the earth itself...would that be what the sinking of the WHALE was about??? We assumed he meant that a navy/ship/sub would sink A WHALE...but perhaps the weight of nanos replicating would be heavy enough to sink it, as it's processing the oily water..just throwing thoughts out there...anyone????

first of all i wouldn't be surprised about nanotech being used but disassembling/self assembling nanobots (that aren't foreign) i would doubt but with that aside. just thinking out loud if they were using nanobots that didn't have a stop function trigger or something, one way they maybe could stop them is through EMP.
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Yes, and you would not want to use a EMP nuke until the leak was contained. Which should be by June 11th.


Edit I meant JULY 11.

Last Edited by Housedad on 07/09/2010 04:29 PM
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Good day, my girlfriend says a midNight level alert can be called any day now. she says people at other embassies are catching on, even the mail courier agent was so nervous this morning that security thought he was acting suspiciously and arrested him. he was released after intervention from her superior.. after reading the mail her superior immediately phoned his wife. (there are so many alerts now,, i can not keep track of them all .) I know and read you all still asking about the cargo. I've told you what 80% of it is. just look careFully. the other other 20% is the cataclysmic one. we are making plans for our safety, when we ready i will tell you but its there if you read careFully.

GN ..(,, .)I the other other 20% is the cataclysmic one FF

GN IFF are in capitals
also noted the two periods, two comas, and a space before a period

Aren't gn and iff mathematical references?

Note: I don't know any code stuff, so I leave it to those so inclined, however, I did note that no one seemed to pay any attention to the first capital G. Just throwing this out there, don't know if it matters or not. Peace

I have read this post from the OP probably a dozen times and JUST NOW realized that the word OTHER is there twice! OP doesn't make mistakes with his words, so I think that serves a purpose.
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puzzled me too, my guess also that OP would choose (write) carefull
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The solar GME is a lot of high energy protons. Maybe that is what is the extra oomph that the microb needs to react the gold. They would get very few far underground.
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gold has very broad absorption of light. again just thinking out loud (this one is kind of out there) if a microbe or organism could absorb this gold in such a way that the energy absorbed from the gold (though light including non-visible) could be transferred to the organism it could utilize the extra energy collected
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I followed links on one of the PSI guy's posts and at USGS found this:

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

That looks exactly like the pics we've been shown of underwater Atlantis, supposedly around Bimini and out in the Atlantic.

Looks to me like underwater Atlantis IS the GOM!

Anyone have another explanation for these gridlines?



Yes,


This

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

Isn't the location for the Huffington Post article the SW Carribean and not the GOM?
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In the pictures on that site, show huge salt deposit shelves. I'm not sure exact location of the underwater city, but you can bank on it, that it once took up the whole GOM and Imploded and sunk.

This is not the map is was looking for but may help.

[link to www.gulfbase.org]
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What if...

Protons hit DNA, emits lased photons, fuses gold with H3.


LOL

Lots of stuff in this thread to make a career in Science Fiction!!

Last Edited by Housedad on 07/09/2010 04:40 PM
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