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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
Krispy71

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That means 24 hours to reach the continental shelf location in uestion from about say Key West.

Do the math. That leaves out about half of the Gulf.

Gulf is about 950x600 miles. MS can make 700 miles in 24 hrs. Once at the entrance (midway from key west and Cancun) what is left would be the entire gulf. Looking on google earth, it could be that the drop off of the shelf could be the rim.
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
GUYS ...
Have a look at the following coordinates : 24.48.72

(the wells are on 28'44'18 /16)

Good day, Mistral told 2us 4 hours ago to be aware that USS Missouri is possibly enroute to outer rim. ATA in 48 hours. inner rim ATA 72 hours. All indications point that Missouri has Russian calibrator fitted.

EDIT : What needs to be calibrated ???

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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
GUYS ...
Have a look at the following coordinates : 24.48.72

(the wells are on 28'44'18 /16)

Good day, Mistral told 2us 4 hours ago to be aware that USS Missouri is possibly enroute to outer rim. ATA in 48 hours. inner rim ATA 72 hours. All indications point that Missouri has Russian calibrator fitted.
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Interesting. I looked at this area last week, and found some interesting terrain. I have some google ocean images of the floor of this area I will post if interested
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TNX OP !!!

Whatever A T A has to mean .... blink
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approximate time of arrival?
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GUYS ...
Have a look at the following coordinates : 24.48.72

(the wells are on 28'44'18 /16)

Good day, Mistral told 2us 4 hours ago to be aware that USS Missouri is possibly enroute to outer rim. ATA in 48 hours. inner rim ATA 72 hours. All indications point that Missouri has Russian calibrator fitted.

EDIT : What needs to be calibrated ???
 Quoting: Krispy71


Here's what OP said before about that:

>>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. <<

So my guess is that it alleviates the magnetization problem that leads to the flocking.
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Anybody here that speaks French? Is it possible "Calibrator" is a mistranslation of something quite different? It could turn out that the actual device in question does not calibrate but is just something that sounds like calibrator in French.
Just a thought...
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LOL...role playing at it's finest.
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TNX OP !!!

Whatever A T A has to mean .... blink

approximate time of arrival?
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Interesting...I never knew they gave an actual time of arrival
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Time for some humOr ... (Big O)

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* I dont know how to make them appear as smileys?
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Hmmmmz this would come in handy : calibrations of events
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

Empirical algorithms for ocean optics parameters
[link to www.opticsinfobase.org]

Maybe they have to calibrate the methane-bubble ?
Or the stability of the seafloor ...
or ... I dont have a clue ...
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
GUYS ...
Have a look at the following coordinates : 24.48.72

(the wells are on 28'44'18 /16)

Good day, Mistral told 2us 4 hours ago to be aware that USS Missouri is possibly enroute to outer rim. ATA in 48 hours. inner rim ATA 72 hours. All indications point that Missouri has Russian calibrator fitted.

EDIT : What needs to be calibrated ???


Here's what OP said before about that:

>>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. <<

So my guess is that it alleviates the magnetization problem that leads to the flocking.
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I think something along these lines. For hull integrity
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
GUYS ...
Have a look at the following coordinates : 24.48.72

(the wells are on 28'44'18 /16)

Good day, Mistral told 2us 4 hours ago to be aware that USS Missouri is possibly enroute to outer rim. ATA in 48 hours. inner rim ATA 72 hours. All indications point that Missouri has Russian calibrator fitted.

Interesting. I looked at this area last week, and found some interesting terrain. I have some google ocean images of the floor of this area I will post if interested
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Here is one image of that Latitude 24.48.72. This image covers a broader area and has some interesting terrain.
:2448:
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
On the image in first post above, notice the black line about an inch from the top. This second image is of the floor, showing that line and some of the interesting terrain features.
go11
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Good day, Mistral told 2us 4 hours ago to be aware that USS Missouri is possibly enroute to outer rim. ATA in 48 hours. inner rim ATA 72 hours. All indications point that Missouri has Russian calibrator fitted.


Published July 31, 2010
GROTON, Conn. -- Another attack submarine is joining the Navy.
.........

FOUND IT ...lol... so simple : actual time of arrival

So the RIM is pretty biggggg !!!!
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As usual, Dane Dude is a day late and a dollar short. He must get paid by what he posts on this thread regardless of timeliness or relevance.

His edits deleting his stupidity are not particularly impressive either.
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Good day, Mistral told 2us 4 hours ago to be aware that USS Missouri is possibly enroute to outer rim. ATA in 48 hours. inner rim ATA 72 hours. All indications point that Missouri has Russian calibrator fitted.


Published July 31, 2010
GROTON, Conn. -- Another attack submarine is joining the Navy.
.........

FOUND IT ...lol... so simple : actual time of arrival

So the RIM is pretty biggggg !!!!




As usual, Dane Dude is a day late and a dollar short. He must get paid by what he posts on this thread regardless of timeliness or relevance.

His edits deleting his stupidity are not particularly impressive either.
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He is a she, dude
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As usual, Dane Dude is a day late and a dollar short. He must get paid by what he posts on this thread regardless of timeliness or relevance.

His edits deleting his stupidity are not particularly impressive either.
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If I were to be paid for every post, then I would post 4 times a much and would trow a party for all the nice and gentle people working so hard on this thread ...

I am not doing anything to impress, and yes sometimes stupidity sits on my shoulder too ... I am just human ;)

Have a great nice day Sir.

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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
On the image in first post above, notice the black line about an inch from the top. This second image is of the floor, showing that line and some of the interesting terrain features.
go11
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Wow renegade !!! Those are pretty impressive !!!
Wonder what that rectangular shape in the seafloor must be blink That sure does not look NATURAL .... if you know what I mean ;)

Would that be an exelent hiding place for the subs, those hills under water?
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Acolyte posted this on the BREAKING thread at 1:44PM today.
Thread: A CHRONICLE OF THE WORLD AT WAR III (The Buildup ) (Page 5)

Hi Karu, their 60 day hurricane window began on the 20th of June. If they were going to nuke it I assume it would be before the 20th of August but new sources now say between October and November. Odessa is interfering with their plans and has taken possession of Omega. Russia provided the US Navy and other countries with a new technology to combat the worst. Russia gave the US Navy the system on the 20th of June during their joint exercises. Russia gave them a 101 day deadline to fit it to their subs and use it or else they will nuke it.You will notice all the major countries have all launched and re-fitted their subs in the past three months.

(Its confusing, I know, but that's how I got it)


New technology would be the calibrator.
101 days puts it on Sept 29
USS Missouri has had time to be fitted with calibrator
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Acolyte posted this on the BREAKING thread at 1:44PM today.
Thread: A CHRONICLE OF THE WORLD AT WAR III (The Buildup ) (Page 5)

Hi Karu, their 60 day hurricane window began on the 20th of June. If they were going to nuke it I assume it would be before the 20th of August but new sources now say between October and November. Odessa is interfering with their plans and has taken possession of Omega. Russia provided the US Navy and other countries with a new technology to combat the worst. Russia gave the US Navy the system on the 20th of June during their joint exercises. Russia gave them a 101 day deadline to fit it to their subs and use it or else they will nuke it.You will notice all the major countries have all launched and re-fitted their subs in the past three months.

(Its confusing, I know, but that's how I got it)


New technology would be the calibrator.
101 days puts it on Sept 29
USS Missouri has had time to be fitted with calibrator
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That is clear talk !!!

banana

or else they will nuke it >>> meaning the russkies nuke the well or the sub with the technology ??? (sorry if this is again a stupid question, I can not be 23/6 smart hahahaha)

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On the image in first post above, notice the black line about an inch from the top. This second image is of the floor, showing that line and some of the interesting terrain features.
go11


Wow renegade !!! Those are pretty impressive !!!
Wonder what that rectangular shape in the seafloor must be blink That sure does not look NATURAL .... if you know what I mean ;)

Would that be an exelent hiding place for the subs, those hills under water?
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I know. The part of the dark line that you can see is 2.7 miles long. The height measures about 900 ft. There is some fudge factor in these measurements, but it is big. This is located 265 miles south of DWH and is right on the edge of the continental shelf... the 'rim'..
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I know. The part of the dark line that you can see is 2.7 miles long. The height measures about 900 ft. There is some fudge factor in these measurements, but it is big. This is located 265 miles south of DWH and is right on the edge of the continental shelf... the 'rim'..
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moshpit

GREAT JOB Buddy !!!!! ... well me too a little ...lol...
Just putting numbers togetter as coordinates ....lol...
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I know. The part of the dark line that you can see is 2.7 miles long. The height measures about 900 ft. There is some fudge factor in these measurements, but it is big. This is located 265 miles south of DWH and is right on the edge of the continental shelf... the 'rim'..


moshpit

GREAT JOB Buddy !!!!! ... well me too a little ...lol...
Just putting numbers togetter as coordinates ....lol...
smile
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Check out this one
:line in gulf 2:
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Check out this one
:line in gulf 2:
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I see what looks like a deep hole ... in the middle of the image. Could be a crater or just basin , or could be the/an entrance to a cave or tunnel .... ;)
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......

He is a she, dude
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I don't know that.
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On the image in first post above, notice the black line about an inch from the top. This second image is of the floor, showing that line and some of the interesting terrain features.
go11


Wow renegade !!! Those are pretty impressive !!!
Wonder what that rectangular shape in the seafloor must be blink That sure does not look NATURAL .... if you know what I mean ;)

Would that be an exelent hiding place for the subs, those hills under water?
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It looks like a hatch.
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Looks to me like a artifact of a bathemetric survey. Just different surveys and the way they interpolate with each other.

(Edited for spelling as always.)

Last Edited by Housedad on 07/31/2010 06:00 PM
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Looks to me like a artifact of a bathemetric survey. Just different surveys and the way they interpolate with each other.

(Edited for spelling as always.)
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Yeah, I'm not sure where these images are derived from. I do know that google has greatly improved the resolution of the floor of the oceans, but artifacts due to processing will always be there. It still looks like a hatch.. lol
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Is it just me, or does the whit 'rain' in the rov pic look strange as hell? I can understand trailing white on a ccd in low light as ghosting, but those white blobs are moving in odd ways, not like they are always being moved by current or gravity.

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maybe the currents are all screwed up from the DWH wreck located close by?
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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Wow... really impressed by this underwater goggle
I want this too, but.... its itty bitty expensive

Did find however great pics of anomalies "nearby"

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