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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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Nice job, Krispy!!
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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Resumé relevant postings, Part 10 , of pag 250-274


-Snowgoosebob 10:14 PM 7/12/2010 Two A Whale video's released and posted on the Coast Guard website. A GLP member might see something or pickout something on the ship that doesn't look right and etc 1. Oil Chaser and A Whale (July 7th ) [link to cgvi.uscg.mil] , 2. A Whale Trials (July 4th) [link to cgvi.uscg.mil]

-The ship POPE BENEDICTUS XVI seems to be important, many vessels around it... and the other vessel which is complete in center is
Damon B. Bankston > this vessel was the first who saw first signs of catastroph on april 20th ...
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krispy @ your service :flower2:

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Aren't these supply ships? Something like an 18-wheeler rolling into town to restock the grocery shelves. That area is like a small town out there.
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I feel like hearing from the OP, want to know whats happening now, lets all think of him right now and see if he feels us! might even see us, are you lurking my friend

worth a shot? :)
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I feel like hearing from the OP, want to know whats happening now, lets all think of him right now and see if he feels us! might even see us, are you lurking my friend

worth a shot? :)
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Works for me and mine, maybe here as well. Problem for me is that I still see OP being female.
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.......
There was recently some interesting news in the international intelligence realm, which could also be considered conspiracy theory, that a North Korean cargo ship on its way to Venezuela went off course and came within 250 miles from the BP oil rig which caught on fire and caused this huge eco-disaster oil spill. It was further asserted that this North Korean cargo ship offloaded a North Korean attack submarine.


WEnt off course and ended up 250 miles from the Horizon rig site....in the GOM...on it's way to Venezuela??!!

Damn, that is one of the funniest things I have read today!



Sounds very similar to US officials explaining that no US Air Force was in the air until 45 minutes after 9 and 11 first hit. The whole time CNN is showing the viewing teevee public a map charting the approach of an "unidentified" toward the country's capitol.

Why is Venezuela being insinuated into the GOM disaster?
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Chavez did just nationalize 11 US oil rigs in June.... [link to news.yahoo.com]


Venezuela will nationalize a fleet of oil rigs belonging to U.S. company Helmerich and Payne, the latest takeover in a push to socialism as President Hugo Chavez struggles with lower oil output and a recession.

A former soldier inspired by Cuba's Fidel Castro, Chavez has made energy nationalization the linchpin in his 'revolution'. He has also taken over assets in telecommunications, power, steel and banking.

The 11 drilling rigs have been idled for months following a dispute over pending payments by the OPEC member's state oil company PDVSA. Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez said on Wednesday the rigs, the Oklahoma-based company's entire Venezuelan fleet, were being nationalized to bring them back into production.

Ramirez said companies that refused to put their rigs into production were part of a plan to weaken Chavez's government,

"There is a group of drill owners that has refused to discuss tariffs and services with PDVSA and have preferred to keep this equipment stored for a year," Ramirez told reporters in the oil producing state of Zulia. "That is the specific case with U.S. multinational Helmerich and Payne."

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Again, the A WHALE does something that is not what a skimmer would do. It hauls ass to get somewhere and then comes almost or completely to a stop.

Right over Sackett Bank.

That puppy is not right in the head.

I wonder if it has a gigantic magnetic pulse generator in it to knock out sabotage weapons like the sonic drills, and it has been searching and waiting.

OOOOH I have become a conspiracy theorist at last. Save me from this thread!!!!


JBU SCHELDE is speeding in at 16 knots too..

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now slowing as it gets closer to A WHALE
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Ok I know I'm a bit slow at times, but, can someone explain to me how I can still have the trail of the JBU SCHELDE but the boat goes missing.... have searched now on vessels tab and no records found, what does that mean??
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Your coputer program still has the memory of the tracking, but when it refreshed (evry 100 seconds) it no longer had the info on the ship location. The ship had turned off the transponder.
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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Your coputer program still has the memory of the tracking, but when it refreshed (evry 100 seconds) it no longer had the info on the ship location. The ship had turned off the transponder.
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Oh, thanx
do they do that often??
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Pretty much whenever they think there is an advantage to. If it is coming into port, and is acknowledged by the port authority, it really is no longer needed. It is mainly for ship traffic verification by the coast guard and for the ship owners and cargo owners to know right where the ship is. Helps sometimes.
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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Noticed that most of the ships are situated north to DWH. Before they were E/SE.
Something to do with oil slick pattern or something else?
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Daytime. The port is running. Tugs are running. Time to dock up and unload/load.
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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New crop circle, no chemical compounds, see if my smiley worked...cyberly inept you know...

Fosbury nr Vernham Dean, Wiltshire. Reported 17th July.

An amazing Hypercube has appeared below the Fosbury Hill fort on Haydown Hill. Once again we see glimpses of other dimensions. This is now the third in what appears to be a sequence of formations so far.


Another move toward higher dimensions.




fosbury
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Pretty much whenever they think there is an advantage to. If it is coming into port, and is acknowledged by the port authority, it really is no longer needed. It is mainly for ship traffic verification by the coast guard and for the ship owners and cargo owners to know right where the ship is. Helps sometimes.
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I've been watching you, Housedad, how you've almost hijacked this thread by having an answer for EVERYTHING. It seems like you are trying just a little TOO hard.

Now, you just happen to have a degree in astrophysics?

Why are you so evasive about the use of a transponder on a ship or plane?

A transponder is a simple piece of electronic equipment that transmits a signal from a ship or plane that identifies that ship or plane to others.

If planes don't want to be identified, they will turn off their transponder. I suspect that is why this ship has turned off its transponder. You make it sound like this little piece of electronic gear is some kind of a huge power drain.
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Not a huge power drain, just a few watts at most to uplink to the satellite, but it is something that the port authorities usually want turned off in port. Radio interference crap regulations. In some instances, you don't want the competition to know your exact whereabouts or docking times, either.

I don't mean to make it sound mysterious. It is something I consider minor.
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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Your coputer program still has the memory of the tracking, but when it refreshed (evry 100 seconds) it no longer had the info on the ship location. The ship had turned off the transponder.


Oh, thanx
do they do that often??
 Quoting: bevvy

Ahhh, so that is what happened to PHER KAD STAR and GEN MAR SIREPGHI (spelling?) also listed LR. Both are (red) tankers, they were in GOM, next time I checked, they just disappeared. They aren't even listed in the vessels section. Go figure?
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I am available with the answers because I either know the uestion, or I have been using search engines of various levels and types before there was a internet. Back then we wrote our own and called them investigatory software :). I hacked a lot of stuff back in the 80's. I also have 3 24" monitors sitting in front of me to work with.

But only one keyboard, and It unfortunately is going bad. a couple of keys don't work. Gott go get another one.
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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Not a huge power drain, just a few watts at most to uplink to the satellite, but it is something that the port authorities usually want turned off in port. Radio interference crap regulations. In some instances, you don't want the competition to know your exact whereabouts or docking times, either.

I don't mean to make it sound mysterious. It is something I consider minor.
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Where did you get this information?
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I've been watching you, Housedad, how you've almost hijacked this thread by having an answer for EVERYTHING. It seems like you are trying just a little TOO hard.

Now, you just happen to have a degree in astrophysics?

Why are you so evasive about the use of a transponder on a ship or plane?

A transponder is a simple piece of electronic equipment that transmits a signal from a ship or plane that identifies that ship or plane to others.

If planes don't want to be identified, they will turn off their transponder. I suspect that is why this ship has turned off its transponder. You make it sound like this little piece of electronic gear is some kind of a huge power drain.
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I think your criticism of Housedad is unwarranted. I understand much of what he says, and have been grateful for explanations by someone who has the technical knowledge. I wonder if your attack might be to diminish his input. My plea is for him to hang in there because his comments are so valuable.
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Pretty much whenever they think there is an advantage to. If it is coming into port, and is acknowledged by the port authority, it really is no longer needed. It is mainly for ship traffic verification by the coast guard and for the ship owners and cargo owners to know right where the ship is. Helps sometimes.
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transponder back on now that it has crossed paths with A WHALE ??? Ooooh, maybe they dropped something off, I'm conspiring to make something of it, yup!
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New crop circle, no chemical compounds, see if my smiley worked...cyberly inept you know...

Fosbury nr Vernham Dean, Wiltshire. Reported 17th July.

An amazing Hypercube has appeared below the Fosbury Hill fort on Haydown Hill. Once again we see glimpses of other dimensions. This is now the third in what appears to be a sequence of formations so far.


Another move toward higher dimensions.





 Quoting: bevvy



I'm still up in the air about crop circles. They sure are getting rather sophisticated lately, haven't they?

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It is not like he has had many people to jump over to post, I think there have been only about 10 or less of us on here for the last few hours, well commenting at least...


So, how about that pretty pattern then, did you like it people....quick topic change.. afro
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Pretty much whenever they think there is an advantage to. If it is coming into port, and is acknowledged by the port authority, it really is no longer needed. It is mainly for ship traffic verification by the coast guard and for the ship owners and cargo owners to know right where the ship is. Helps sometimes.



transponder back on now that it has crossed paths with A WHALE ??? Ooooh, maybe they dropped something off, I'm conspiring to make something of it, yup!
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That's interesting, Bevvy! I guess that kills any "explanation" that the ship turned off its transponder because it was in port.
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I think your criticism of Housedad is unwarranted.
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Thanks for the great words, but it's ok. I love critisism. It helps me think and puts a brake on me. Makes one think about what you are doing. Good or bad criticism. No matter, it still makes you reconsider and double check.

The poster made me realize that I had not explained it in the right tone. That's good.
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!

-Men in Black
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New crop circle, no chemical compounds, see if my smiley worked...cyberly inept you know...

Fosbury nr Vernham Dean, Wiltshire. Reported 17th July.

An amazing Hypercube has appeared below the Fosbury Hill fort on Haydown Hill. Once again we see glimpses of other dimensions. This is now the third in what appears to be a sequence of formations so far.


Another move toward higher dimensions.




fosbury
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That is a sign that the Chineese are still playing DICE ...lol.. like OP said.

Or the country's involved are playing dice with the lives of humans and the earth...

The small affects the big et vica versa ..
The 2nd dice has many levels ;) and is 3-dimensional, so the impact and influence are going to be visable in the REAL-world we see and live in.

Its a Carbon-dice-game.

Edit to add info.

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Noticed that most of the ships are situated north to DWH. Before they were E/SE.
Something to do with oil slick pattern or something else?
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[link to www.ssd.noaa.gov]
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That is a sign that the Chineese are still playing DICE ...lol.. like OP said.

Or the country's involved are playing dice with the lives of humans and the earth...

The small affects the big et vica versa ..

Its a Carbon-dice-game.
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That is funny. :)

Or that God really DOES play dice with the universe...
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 available with the answers because I either know the uestion, or I have been using search engines of various levels and types before there was a internet. Back then we wrote our own and called them investigatory software :). I hacked a lot of stuff back in the 80's. I also have 3 24" monitors sitting in front of me to work with.

But only one keyboard, and It unfortunately is going bad. a couple of keys don't work. Gott go get another one.
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You are of great value HouseDad !!! hf
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Not a huge power drain, just a few watts at most to uplink to the satellite, but it is something that the port authorities usually want turned off in port. Radio interference crap regulations. In some instances, you don't want the competition to know your exact whereabouts or docking times, either.

I don't mean to make it sound mysterious. It is something I consider minor.




Where did you get this information?
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Captain of a merchant vessel that I was a passenger on.
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I'd like to thank everyone who contributed substantially to this thread. I have learned much about the GOM, and even more about what information resources are available on the web. Great job, Krispy, HouseDad and everyone else.

So first thing this morning I too, am wondering just what the rim, the columns, and flocking is.

Is it the edge of the continental shelf where depths drop steeply?

Is it the other underwater canyon formations such as Mississippi Canyon?

A collapsed salt dome that we have not been able to locate?

Could the columns referenced be the "Alabama Alps" or the "Pinniacles" that I linked yesterday?

Or could they be the formation referenced as new growth at underwater vents, as described above?

Or, columns of naturally escaping methane/oil in other locations?

And on "flocking". I still can't figure out what would adhere to an underwater hull such as a submarine. I keep thinking that logically these boats are designed to deal with pretty much everything they would encounter whilst deployed. So, what is it about the hull of a sub that would or could, acrete any material at all?

And with that, I need a refill on my coffee here.......
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According to MSNBC news, the A Whale has been beached.

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

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