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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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thanks op, so colums of organism are moving?
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2us reporting frequency of sonic drilling increasing
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Thread: HOLY SHIT! THE SEAFLOOR EXPLODED!


HOLY SHIT! THE SEAFLOOR EXPLODED!

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reports are coming in that the seafloor has exploded/collapsed ... if true, could be related to what OP is currently posting ...

wow
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Mistral just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)
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Mistral just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)
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OP

what is 2us?

thanks
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Mistral just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)



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what is 2us?

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Apology, it is second unknown submarine
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Mistral just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)



OP

what is 2us?

thanks

Apology, it is second unknown submarine
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lol, no apology needed, and thank you.
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russian submarine will do a romeo with Em in three hours. russian submarine to offload an empirical calibrator to Em. (translation problem)
this will help Em with hull protection and integrity from flocking. strategic operational window 7 hours after romeo. Terrible already has one. this is important
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REEREETEESETET

REE REE> as in RE/RE =reïnforcement/resupply (t...
TEES = transportable electronics
ET = Egkin test
ET = elapsed time ;electronics

(this one is clear)

or

RE = receive element, rate effect, research establishment, reverse engineering, research engineering, (radial error, reporting subsystem (WIS))
ER = echo ranging, effectiveness report, electrical resistance, environmental report, extended range, equipment repair, entity relationship, established reliability, equipment readiness, (enhanced radiation [weapons], emergency receiver,)
EE = emergency establishment, engagement effectiveness, (electrical engineer)
TEE = telecommunications engineering establishment
SE = synthetic environment, safety evaluation, shielding effectiveness, signal excess, (single engine, southeast,) systems engineering, system effectiveness
TET = technical evaluation test, total elapsed time, (turbine-entry temperature)

(This one is difficult, but also possible)


When romeo with capital : RREEREETEESRTET

RR = rejection report, reattack recommendations
EER = extended echo ranging
EET = enviromental evaluation
EE = engagement effectiveness (electrical engineer, emergency establishment)
SR = special reconnaisance + TET = technical evaluation test, total elapsed time, (turbine-entry temperature)
SRT = sceduled return time, system readiness test + ET = elapsed time ;electronics

(this one is clear too )
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second unknown french submarines reporting severe increase downpull at rim
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SF = security features, security forces
or
Special Forces, standard form, single frequency, speculative fiction, signal frequency, synthetic forces, security force, start to finish, support division, sound and flash
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Acronym Definition
EEET Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology
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SF = security features, security forces
or
Special Forces, standard form, single frequency, speculative fiction, signal frequency, synthetic forces, security force, start to finish, support division, sound and flash
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Hi all happening too quick for me....

This is what I got for this....

7/16/2010 4:51 AM


second unknown french submarines reporting severe increase downpull at rim.



sfe supercritical fluid exchange

Submarine volcanoes are common features on the ocean floor. Some are active and, in shallow water, disclose their presence by blasting steam and rocky debris high above the surface of the sea. Many others lie at such great depths that the tremendous pressure from the weight of the water above them prevents the explosive release of steam and gases and this heats the water to over 375 degrees C turning the water in the hottest parts of the vents into a supercritical fluid since the pressure at this depth of over 3km is over 300 atmospheres, well above the 218 atmospheres required.
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second unknown french submarines reporting severe increase downpull at rim


SF = security features, security forces
or
Special Forces, standard form, single frequency, speculative fiction, signal frequency, synthetic forces, security force, start to finish, support division, sound and flash



Hi all happening too quick for me....

This is what I got for this....

7/16/2010 4:51 AM


second unknown french submarines reporting severe increase downpull at rim.



sfe supercritical fluid exchange

Submarine volcanoes are common features on the ocean floor. Some are active and, in shallow water, disclose their presence by blasting steam and rocky debris high above the surface of the sea. Many others lie at such great depths that the tremendous pressure from the weight of the water above them prevents the explosive release of steam and gases and this heats the water to over 375 degrees C turning the water in the hottest parts of the vents into a supercritical fluid since the pressure at this depth of over 3km is over 300 atmospheres, well above the 218 atmospheres required.
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I added e for missing full stop

Supercritical fluid
A supercritical fluid is any substance at a temperature and pressure above its thermodynamic critical point. It can diffuse through solids like a gas, and dissolve materials like a liquid. Additionally, close to the critical point, small changes in pressure or temperature result in large changes in density, allowing many properties to be "tuned". Supercritical fluids are suitable as a substitute for organic solvents in a range of industrial and laboratory processes. Carbon dioxide and water are the most commonly used supercritical fluids, being used for decaffeination and power generation respectively.

added this paragraph also, edit

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SF = security features, security forces
or
Special Forces, standard form, single frequency, speculative fiction, signal frequency, synthetic forces, security force, start to finish, support division, sound and flash
krispy


Hi all happening too quick for me....

This is what I got for this....

7/16/2010 4:51 AM


second unknown french submarines reporting severe increase downpull at rim.



sfe supercritical fluid exchange

Submarine volcanoes are common features on the ocean floor. Some are active and, in shallow water, disclose their presence by blasting steam and rocky debris high above the surface of the sea. Many others lie at such great depths that the tremendous pressure from the weight of the water above them prevents the explosive release of steam and gases and this heats the water to over 375 degrees C turning the water in the hottest parts of the vents into a supercritical fluid since the pressure at this depth of over 3km is over 300 atmospheres, well above the 218 atmospheres required.
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hey Bevvy ... there is no POINT at the end in OP's origional post ;) hf so not SFE but just SF ...
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I think 2us just destroyed one of the sonic drill capsules, a few minutes ago. captain says EQ damage to intersection is minimal but parallel. (not everything is code ok, some is realtime as is)
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SF = security features, security forces
or
Special Forces, standard form, single frequency, speculative fiction, signal frequency, synthetic forces, security force, start to finish, support division, sound and flash
krispy


Hi all happening too quick for me....

This is what I got for this....

7/16/2010 4:51 AM


second unknown french submarines reporting severe increase downpull at rim.



sfe supercritical fluid exchange

Submarine volcanoes are common features on the ocean floor. Some are active and, in shallow water, disclose their presence by blasting steam and rocky debris high above the surface of the sea. Many others lie at such great depths that the tremendous pressure from the weight of the water above them prevents the explosive release of steam and gases and this heats the water to over 375 degrees C turning the water in the hottest parts of the vents into a supercritical fluid since the pressure at this depth of over 3km is over 300 atmospheres, well above the 218 atmospheres required.


hey Bevvy ... there is no POINT at the end in OP's origional post ;) hf so not SFE but just SF ...
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Sorry, I added it because it should have been there, was that not what we were doing??? Oops, disregard then sorry..


edit spelling..

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stopping now, sorry
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Mistral just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)
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Apology, it is second unknown submarine
OP
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second unknown submarine just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)


or

Mistral just ordered second unknown submarine to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)


IMO it is the last one 2= second us= unknown submarine
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stopping now, sorry
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*blush* sorry didnt want to sound harsh or bitch ...
But most of the times the DED are without points at the end, when OP puts them there they have a meaning (IMHO)

Sorry Bevvy hug
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Mistral just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)
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Apology, it is second unknown submarine
OP


second unknown submarine just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)


or

Mistral just ordered second unknown submarine to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)


IMO it is the last one 2= second us= unknown submarine
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Yup, I am leaving it up 2 u Krispy....I get too off track...lol
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just announced on tv that washington dc had a 3.7 earthquake
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just announced on tv that washington dc had a 3.7 earthquake
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10/07/16 09:04:47 39.17N 77.25W 5.0 3.6M A POTOMAC-SHENANDOAH REGION from ASL

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I think 2us just destroyed one of the sonic drill capsules, a few minutes ago. captain says EQ damage to intersection is minimal but parallel. (not everything is code ok, some is realtime as is)
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russian submarine will do a romeo with Em in three hours. russian submarine to offload an empirical calibrator to Em. (translation problem)
this will help Em with hull protection and integrity from flocking. strategic operational window 7 hours after romeo. Terrible already has one. this is important

second unknown french submarines reporting severe increase downpull at rim

2us asking PP to confirm that magnetic testing and not fake acoustic testing is aggravating organism. columns are moving in.

2us reporting frequency of sonic drilling increasing

Mistral just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)


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My analysis:

- cooperation is taking place between Russia and France in relation to research and operations under the Gulf of Mexico
- the location of their activities is related to the organism, which I believe is found naturally occurring under the Earth's crust, especially near oil/gas/methane.
- being an advocate of the abiotic origins of oil theory, I'd guess this organism excretes hydrocarbons and other elements/minerals of value
- I'd say the organism exists at some very deep point in the gulf - hence the 'rim' being mentioned
- I'd say that judging from this and previous posts, the organism has been woken up, released, provoked - as a result of experiments/research/drilling/natural earth changes/all of the above
- I'd definitely be thinking by now, that whatever the sonic drilling modules are doing, it is making the organism more active/agitated/whatever
- looks like destroying the sonic drilling gear is being considered, in order to reduce upsetting the organism - **Update- sounds like it worked
- I got no idea what the columns are, except maybe some standing vortexes of water, or strong localised vertical currents caused by sudden sinkholes, floor collapses/eruptions

peace
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Thanx Nexus Guy
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russian submarine will do a romeo with Em in three hours. russian submarine to offload an empirical calibrator to Em. (translation problem)
this will help Em with hull protection and integrity from flocking. strategic operational window 7 hours after romeo. Terrible already has one. this is important

second unknown french submarines reporting severe increase downpull at rim

2us asking PP to confirm that magnetic testing and not fake acoustic testing is aggravating organism. columns are moving in.

2us reporting frequency of sonic drilling increasing

Mistral just ordered 2us to get a firing solution on two of the sonic drilling capsules (translation problem)


-------------------------------------------------------------​-------------------------------------------------------------​-------------------------------------------------------------​--------------------------

My analysis:

- cooperation is taking place between Russia and France in relation to research and operations under the Gulf of Mexico
- the location of their activities is related to the organism, which I believe is found naturally occurring under the Earth's crust, especially near oil/gas/methane.
- being an advocate of the abiotic origins of oil theory, I'd guess this organism excretes hydrocarbons and other elements/minerals of value
- I'd say the organism exists at some very deep point in the gulf - hence the 'rim' being mentioned
- I'd say that judging from this and previous posts, the organism has been woken up, released, provoked - as a result of experiments/research/drilling/natural earth changes/all of the above
- I'd definitely be thinking by now, that whatever the sonic drilling modules are doing, it is making the organism more active/agitated/whatever
- looks like destroying the sonic drilling gear is being considered, in order to reduce upsetting the organism - **Update- sounds like it worked
- I got no idea what the columns are, except maybe some standing vortexes of water, or strong localised vertical currents caused by sudden sinkholes, floor collapses/eruptions

peace
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Very nice !!!! :D
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screen 6 look at jtnog.org
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screen 6 look at jtnog.org
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yeah, something is erupting like crazy - been going for a while now too

peace
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not many ships showing off lousianna on marine traffic....

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screen 6 look at jtnog.org
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look screen 5, at 100 meters above seafloor!
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screen 6 look at jtnog.org


look screen 5, at 100 meters above seafloor!
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Just about to say that, screen 6 went quiet just after I posted, but shit is happening on screen 5.
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holy crikey, see screen 6 and now 9 - wtf is going on down there?


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