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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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I dont blame the majority of the citizens Tex ...
But indeed the Holes that sit on their Black-pitch Asses !!!
Those groups have not only americans as(s) members ... those snakes and reptiles are found in every country.
They dont have harts ... the only have black holes in their chests!

Most common people are great !!!
Most common people would not do this to their neighbours or worldcitizens ...

I love you all here on this thread!
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Nothing about vaccinations being imposed here in the UK at least. And as I am one of the 'vulnerable', ie: I have Asthma, I was supposed to be one of those given the swine flu vaccine, but never received a letter etc. Would have just thrown the letter away though.

Was surprised to see 'Bush Fires?' in Russia, haven't heard of that happening on such a scale before.

BTW, I see the USA has refused to sign the Cluster Bomb treaty.
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Go figure. I called the local Barnes & Noble to see if they had Nexus magazine and they are all sold out. She said to keep on checking back in case the new (aug) issue just hasn't come in yet.

The girl I just talked to said I was about the 10th person to ask about that magazine today....

Last Edited by Housedad on 08/03/2010 12:10 PM
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I dont blame the majority of the citizens Tex ...
But indeed the Holes that sit on their Black-pitch Asses !!!
Those groups have not only americans as(s) members ... those snakes and reptiles are found in every country.
They dont have harts ... the only have black holes in their chests!

Most common people are great !!!
Most common people would not do this to their neighbours or worldcitizens ...


I love you all here on this thread!
:bighug:
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and this is what "they" most fear
that we come to know and turn as one
to see deeply into their charade, then act
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Go figure. I called the local Barnes & Noble to see if they had Nexus magazine and they are all sold out. She said to keep on checking back in case the new (aug) issue just hasn't come in yet.

The girl I just talked to said I was about the 10th person to ask about that magazine today....
 Quoting: Housedad

I called my B&N few minutes ago, they have some in.. first time in weeks, she said, that they actually had any. I will be picking mine up today.

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I dont blame the majority of the citizens Tex ...
But indeed the Holes that sit on their Black-pitch Asses !!!
Those groups have not only americans as(s) members ... those snakes and reptiles are found in every country.
They dont have harts ... the only have black holes in their chests!

Most common people are great !!!
Most common people would not do this to their neighbours or worldcitizens ...

I love you all here on this thread!
bighug
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Likewise Miss Krispy!! Well said!!
"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.."
Thomas Jefferson
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BP has covered the Gulf with two million gallons of Corexit containing butoxyethanol, which is a carcinogen that is useful as a solvent for resins, lacquers, varnishes, and enamels. In other words, it can dissolve plastics.
nj.gov/health/eoh/rtkweb/documents/fs/0275.pdf

OP reported buoys popping went dropped to the water. We think those were plastic buoys.

Remembering the flocking OP reported on the French submarine and curious whether a plastic exterior coating on the sub might attract Corexit's solvent properties, the following is information a quick check shows about submarine exterior coating.

Submarines are coated with biologically active antifouling coating systems containing ablative cuprous oxide.
[link to www.nstcenter.com]

"The most successful principle in use today for the protection of ship's hulls against this unwanted growth is the release of bioactive materials from antifouling coatings.

Antifouling coatings containing a mixture of cuprous oxide and triorganotin compounds in combination with sophisticated release mechanisms are considered to be today's most efficient systems. ...... During the last decade, however, environmental aspects have become a top priority in the development of new biocides for antifouling coatings."
[link to www.sciencedirect.com]

Something on the underwater equipment being shown to us on BP cam screens is attracting bugs, or a type of flocking to that equipment.

We've never been told what is the "cargo" and are left to wonder whether the sub-flocking is due to the cargo.

Some of you reading know a little about submarines. Please give us your thoughts on whether the bioactive protective coating could attract another biological microbes to the exterior of submarines or underwater equipment. The Russian calibrator being discussed in this thread may simply be emitting charges through the sub hull which causes the microbes to be deflected.
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Anti fouling PAINT is not used on modern rubber coated subs. A different system (Something like Ultrasonic, RF and /or magnetic) is used on the metal hull to repel barnacles through the rubber skin. It is a 'active' system, not passive like paint. The rubber coatings are also designed to be difficult for the critters to hold on to.

Last Edited by Housedad on 08/03/2010 12:33 PM
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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BP has covered the Gulf with two million gallons of Corexit containing butoxyethanol, which is a carcinogen that is useful as a solvent for resins, lacquers, varnishes, and enamels. In other words, it can dissolve plastics.
nj.gov/health/eoh/rtkweb/documents/fs/0275.pdf

OP reported buoys popping went dropped to the water. We think those were plastic buoys.

Remembering the flocking OP reported on the French submarine and curious whether a plastic exterior coating on the sub might attract Corexit's solvent properties, the following is information a quick check shows about submarine exterior coating.

Submarines are coated with biologically active antifouling coating systems containing ablative cuprous oxide.
[link to www.nstcenter.com]

"The most successful principle in use today for the protection of ship's hulls against this unwanted growth is the release of bioactive materials from antifouling coatings.

Antifouling coatings containing a mixture of cuprous oxide and triorganotin compounds in combination with sophisticated release mechanisms are considered to be today's most efficient systems. ...... During the last decade, however, environmental aspects have become a top priority in the development of new biocides for antifouling coatings."
[link to www.sciencedirect.com]

Something on the underwater equipment being shown to us on BP cam screens is attracting bugs, or a type of flocking to that equipment.

We've never been told what is the "cargo" and are left to wonder whether the sub-flocking is due to the cargo.

Some of you reading know a little about submarines. Please give us your thoughts on whether the bioactive protective coating could attract another biological microbes to the exterior of submarines or underwater equipment. The Russian calibrator being discussed in this thread may simply be emitting charges through the sub hull which causes the microbes to be deflected.


Anti fouling PAINT is not used on modern rubber coated subs. A different system (Something like Ultrasonic, RF and /or magnetic) is used on the metal hull to repel barnacles through the rubber skin. It is a 'active' system, not passive like paint. The rubber coatings are also designed to be difficult for the critters to hold on to.
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Something akin to electrolysis... I don't know what we used in the seventies on our subs. I know the hull was HY80 steel, 8 inches thick, but probably had some electrical repellent system, like electrolysis to repel barnacles.
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Come to think of it, the calibrator may just be a freuency adjuster for a ultrasonic or RF/magnetic antifouling system.

If this goo that the OP is talking about really can move on it's own, then it could be corralled if the field around the ships were large enough.

Why did that just make me think about the A Whale?
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 remember posting that the A Whale could hold a really large peice of euipment. I wonder if it WAS the e euipment. That is one really big hull...

That is pretty far fetched, though.

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Come to think of it, the calibrator may just be a freuency adjuster for a ultrasonic or RF/magnetic antifouling system.

If this goo that the OP is talking about really can move on it's own, then it could be corralled if the field around the ships were large enough.

Why did that just make me think about the A Whale?
 Quoting: Housedad

I thought of that too.. it makes sense. Adjust to a dissonant frequency, and you can repel whatever is attacking the hull. A Whale connection? (nevermind)

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Go figure. I called the local Barnes & Noble to see if they had Nexus magazine and they are all sold out. She said to keep on checking back in case the new (aug) issue just hasn't come in yet.

The girl I just talked to said I was about the 10th person to ask about that magazine today....

I called my B&N few minutes ago, they have some in.. first time in weeks, she said, that they actually had any. I will be picking mine up today.
 Quoting: RenegadeSon

OK, now you've done it! LOL! I just called my local B&N and it sounds like they have it in stock! He said it had a release date of July 27th on it, so that must be the one that we want. I'll be heading out to get it shortly!
"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.."
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Go figure. I called the local Barnes & Noble to see if they had Nexus magazine and they are all sold out. She said to keep on checking back in case the new (aug) issue just hasn't come in yet.

The girl I just talked to said I was about the 10th person to ask about that magazine today....

I called my B&N few minutes ago, they have some in.. first time in weeks, she said, that they actually had any. I will be picking mine up today.

OK, now you've done it! LOL! I just called my local B&N and it sounds like they have it in stock! He said it had a release date of July 27th on it, so that must be the one that we want. I'll be heading out to get it shortly!
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scheming goodnews pdance me too..
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one other little thing that has been bugging me. It is just a thought. You can't gauge the PH (acidity) of oil. But when I checked it out on the web, I found that crude oil will change the PH of the seawater. It makes it more acidic.

If large amounts of water were to change it's PH, say over a asphault volcano, and this critter was in the volcano, could that be the reason that it able leave the volcano? That the PH is now acidic enough to make a viable environmement out in the water?

We are told that corexit is basically a soap. That much of it would sure affect the PH back to a more alkalyn level.

This is just another speculative tree to bark up...

Last Edited by Housedad on 08/03/2010 01:05 PM
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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read about the ruskie base fire earlier but did not want to make a paranoid connection

thnx krispy
hf


funny that huh?


Yeah I have my paranoia-head ... blink uh hat on ...lol...

Didnt they see it comming ? didnt they have the equipment to kill the fire or at least prevent the fire to damage buildings ??
The russians will never admid IF something valueable was in that destroyed hangar ... It makes me suspicious when people go denieing things very strongly ... maybe it were not 200 planes/copters destroyed ... but in holland we say : where there is smoke, there is fire. (Rumors mostly do have -some- baseground)



Tnx Bevvy for the goooooglemap.
Sleep well and nice gurl !!
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Imagine that Krispy....here in the US we too have a saying..."Where there's smoke, there's fire"....guess we got it from the Dutch, 'eh?...(of which I am descendant along with Swede) I agree..with all the fires going in Russia right now around Moscow, it would seem entirely plausible that there is truth to this...but does anyone find it strange that such a number of fires break out over night?? Is someone setting them? Personally, I found the extreme numbers strange, and yes, I know it's quite hot there...but (my tinfoil again)
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Here is the latest from Sorcha on the fires in Russia and the flooding in China.

Russia Burns, China Drowns: US To Blame?
[link to www.whatdoesitmean.com]
 Quoting: RenegadeSon


Wait a minute here....seems to me, that the US has it's own problems with heat, floods, fires, drought, etc...don't we?? and a huge oil spill in the GOM, that quite frankly could ruin the Gulf itself, several states, kill tens of millions of people, their lifestyles and all the animals/marine and otherwise, over the next 20 years or so...So is all of our devastation due to someone else's weather manipulation techniques?? The US is not the only ones who have that technology...and it seems to me that Tom Bearden wrote many years ago, that our own weather was being manipulated by the Yakusa of Japan....and others..Also seems that Wm Cohen, Clinton's Secretary of Defense, warned of such things in a speech way back in April of 1997....so now it's our fault that everyone else is having these same problems??? Interesting take Sorcha...and no I don't bury my head in the sand...I figure anything is possible...just saying we are NOT the only ones with that technology and the ability to use it...
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Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC) is the world's largest international maritime exercise. Since 1971, U.S. Third Fleet has lead this large-scale biennial (since 1974) exercise designed to increase mutual cooperation and enhance the tactical capabilities of participating nations in various aspects of maritime operations at sea.

RIMPAC 2010, whose theme is "Combined Agility, Synergy and Support," marks the 22nd exercise in the series. Major objectives include improving the readiness and efficiency of each of the participating units and exercising interoperability among partner nations that have a common interest in regional maritime security. By enhancing interoperability, RIMPAC helps to promote stability in the Pacific Rim region to the benefit of all participating nations.

Repeat participants include Australia, Canada, Japan, the Netherlands, Peru, Republic of Korea, Singapore and the United States. New participants this year include Colombia, France, Malaysia and Thailand. Observer nations will be Brazil, India and New Zealand. RIMPAC training operations will include participation by 32 ships, five submarines, more than 170 aircraft and 20,000 personnel. The United States Third Fleet, commanded by Vice Admiral Richard Hunt, is responsible for overall exercise coordination, although individual units remain under operational command of their respective national commanders throughout the exercise.

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read about the ruskie base fire earlier but did not want to make a paranoid connection

thnx krispy
hf


funny that huh?


Yeah I have my paranoia-head ... blink uh hat on ...lol...

 Quoting: Krispy71



I am pretty sure this is connected to everything as well:

Fisherman bitten by beaver in Forsyth County

[link to www.ajc.com]


"BEAVER" code for CLEAVER or OMEGA BEAVER

Insanity of beavers caused by nanotech micro-organisms

The chemicals from the gulf are just now reaching Georgia

Georgia code for George code for George Bush AKA 13 level Illuminati
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one other little thing that has been bugging me. It is just a thought. You can't gauge the PH (acidity) of oil. But when I checked it out on the web, I found that crude oil will change the PH of the seawater. It makes it more acidic.

If large amounts of water were to change it's PH, say over a asphault volcano, and this critter was in the volcano, could that be the reason that it able leave the volcano? That the PH is now acidic enough to make a viable environmement out in the water?

We are told that corexit is basically a soap. That much of it would sure affect the PH back to a more alkalyn level.

This is just another speculative tree to bark up...
 Quoting: Housedad


Houzy !!! I like your way of thinking !!!!
This feels like it is a posible hit to the nail :)

I wished that SR37 was joining us again, she knew qiet (wrong spelling ) a bit about Thermal vents and what was needed...

Edit: typo

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I remember posting that the A Whale could hold a really large peice of euipment. I wonder if it WAS the e euipment. That is one really big hull...

That is pretty far fetched, though.
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There is indication that A Whale was used to disburse Corexit at sea level, rather than overhead spraying from planes. At the beginning, too many people were complaining about the overhead spraying.

A Whale was a tanker and the slits cut in the side when it was modified were just about right for spray guns. We watched it zig zag in the area around DWH, where we were told it was on trial for skimming oil off the water. BP did stop the overhead spray, is my understanding. The Elephant, sister ship, could have been the on-water refueling container so that A Whale did not have to go to port to refuel.
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Here is the latest from Sorcha on the fires in Russia and the flooding in China.

Russia Burns, China Drowns: US To Blame?
[link to www.whatdoesitmean.com]
Renegadeson



Wait a minute here....seems to me, that the US has it's own problems with heat, floods, fires, drought, etc...don't we?? and a huge oil spill in the GOM, that quite frankly could ruin the Gulf itself, several states, kill tens of millions of people, their lifestyles and all the animals/marine and otherwise, over the next 20 years or so...So is all of our devastation due to someone else's weather manipulation techniques?? The US is not the only ones who have that technology...and it seems to me that Tom Bearden wrote many years ago, that our own weather was being manipulated by the Yakusa of Japan....and others..Also seems that Wm Cohen, Clinton's Secretary of Defense, warned of such things in a speech way back in April of 1997....so now it's our fault that everyone else is having these same problems??? Interesting take Sorcha...and no I don't bury my head in the sand...I figure anything is possible...just saying we are NOT the only ones with that technology and the ability to use it...
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Breezy,
I think that a special group of holes with asses is in every country acting like "ONE ASS HOLE" to torture the people of all countries. Their goal is not limited to their own nations or patriotisme ... they only serve 1 diety and 1 flag only ;)
They want to cauze chaos and diversion. If we go suspect the russians or chineese or Japanese to be countable for the temps in the US then THAT is exactly what they want to happen > create ruptures between humans and friends.
HAARP has become the ultimate cloaked enemy .. it kills thousands with EQ's, fires, drought ... and it is able to destroy the ionosfere and tropsfere/???sferes ... TESLA'S WARNING !!!!!

The A-SS-HOLE-S dont mind who is killed, as long as many are killed they are according plans.


xxx

PS : you have a great tinfoil ...lol... hf

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Thanks, Krispy.


Hydrothermal vents are really very acidic. A PH of somewhere around 3. That is like pure battery acid. Once the chemosynthetic creatures are able to live in that environment, they pretty much cannot live outside of it, in the rest of the ocean. Food is the main reason, and PH is another.

Now if you have a bug that lives in a cooler acid environment, and you increase the size of the high acid area that it lives in, the only thing keeping it in is food limitations.

BUT, if you are a bug that attacks hydrocarbons, then an oil spill on the water is a buffet.

Last Edited by Housedad on 08/03/2010 01:47 PM
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one other little thing that has been bugging me. It is just a thought. You can't gauge the PH (acidity) of oil. But when I checked it out on the web, I found that crude oil will change the PH of the seawater. It makes it more acidic.

If large amounts of water were to change it's PH, say over a asphault volcano, and this critter was in the volcano, could that be the reason that it able leave the volcano? That the PH is now acidic enough to make a viable environmement out in the water?

We are told that corexit is basically a soap. That much of it would sure affect the PH back to a more alkalyn level.

This is just another speculative tree to bark up...
 Quoting: Housedad



Note: Somebody's been busy on Wiki modifying the article on asphalt volcano.
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Note: Somebody's been busy on Wiki modifying the article on asphalt volcano.
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How did you see that ?
Link ?
What did you see being changed?
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Krispy;


Go to the page

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

click on the History tab in the upper right

There is the revision history

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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"Land masses will arise out of the Gulf of Mexico," was related, three to four years ago, to Mark, my acquaintance who received this information from his geologist friend who works for the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The resultant tsunamis and methane gas bursts will annihilate many millions of unsuspecting residents within miles of the coast, all the way around, from Mexico to Florida, to Cuba, Haiti, Hispaniola, and Puerto Rico.

I hope to inspire you to relay this analysis to concerned people everywhere. I plead with you to study this analysis and pass it on, in order to spark public action movements to save lives, for these seabed upheavals can occur any day from now.

John DiNardo

~~ Why Gulf of Mexico Land Masses Must Arise ~~

Gulf of Mexico effluents display a mysterious white substance, yellow sulphur, and red iron, probably from the Earth's molten iron "outer core," plus other substances from the "lower mantle," which is right above the outer core. At the core/mantle boundary (CMB), large avalanches of the quasi-solid mantle edge of the CMB break off, due to heating, by electromagnetic induction, of both the molten iron outer core and the solid iron inner core, the latter being Earth's innermost mass, residing at the center of the Earth.

The heating of the outer core is also intensified by the long period cyclical buildup of thermally insulative mantle magma, solidifying along the edge of the lower mantle, bounding the upper edge of the outer core, this margin being the CMB. Hence, this solidifying magma margin acts as a thickening insulative blanket, further heating the molten iron outer core. However, it is important to realize that most of the heating of the outer core is now being generated by the well known phenomenon of "electromagnetic induction," now generated by plasma-saturated comets which have been observed by scientists over the past five to ten years.

So now, Earth's CMB has these prolific avalanches of loosened magma, sloughing off from the lower mantle margin into the molten iron outer core, and the obvious effect is that this mantle erosion proceeds like a drill bit, boring tunnels up through the very thick viscous mantle, all the way up until the tunnel eventually reaches a blockage presented by the lithosphere, which is the rigid crust of Earth's surface, overlaying the less rigid uppermost mantle margin.

Understandably, molten iron from the outer core, plus newly molten magma encircling this hot newly drilled tunnel, flows like a slow oozing fountain, all the way up to the blockage at the lithospheric crust, and eventually the super heated liquified column of magma rock and iron mixture melts the solid lithospheric crust like a gushing hot spring would melt a surface layer of ice.

This rising hot fountain is called a "mantle plume," or "thermal plume," one of which also exists at the eastern tip of Indonesia, showing that mantle plumes are prevalent worldwide. A mantle plume is similar to the lava plume that you see within a common household lava lamp, wherein an electric heating element at the base of the lamp heats up a puddle of lava, causing the puddle to rise up toward the surface in a plume of lava.

When this iron/magma column rises as a mantle plume, from the outer core/lower mantle boundary (CMB) to the uppermost edge of the upper mantle, the plume is initially blocked by the thin crustal layer, the "lithosphere," at the Gulf of Mexico seabed. Eventually, the molten mantle plume dissolves or liquifies the thin lithospheric crust, effectively punching a hole in the seabed. This is the hole in the seabed of the Gulf of Mexico, which British Petroleum deliberately drilled into!

Why deliberately?? I have testified to you that, THREE TO FOUR YEARS AGO, a U.S. Geological Survey informant relayed to me, through Mark, that they expect land masses to arise out of the Gulf of Mexico.

The reason why they drilled into the volcano was to TEMPORARILY PREVENT THE PEOPLE FROM REALIZING that this is actually a burgeoning catastrophic worldwide oil bursting phenomenon, and the powers-that-be are now in great fear that inevitable public realization will awaken the peoples of the World to the evidence that exists (if they are willing to examine it) that this is just one of many types of natural disasters which are now about to break out in a growing drum beat.
The powers-that-be want you to think that BP caused these globally bursting natural oil gushers, with just a puny seven-inch drill pipe.

How gullible do they think we are?

The ruling elite would rather have you believe that man caused this disaster, because when the people find out that they are in a game of natural disaster dodgeball, they will break free from their psychological matrix cage of obedience to the tyrannical illegitimate imposters raping them from the power stage of central government.

These ruling rapists are afraid that we may no longer be forcibly obedient to them, and that we may not pay our taxes, because, when people realize that these are natural disasters, and NOT just one BP disaster, the people will then fear a greater master than the ruling elite, the people will then fear the Master in the heavens, because that is the source of the electromagnetic heating of Earth's core. This electromagnetic source is plasma engulfed comets being drawn into our Solar System by the immense gravitational pull of our incredibly massive Sun.

It is strikingly obvious: the apple fell down from the tree, and hit Sir Isaac Newton on the head, due to the mutual pulling force of gravity, which universally exists between two or more masses.
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I just reviewed the changes that have been madeon the wiki site. Mostly small syntax and naming changes. Just 'cleaning up' you might say. Nothing of note or merit that I can see.

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Sometimes it helps to step back, let the fog clear, and look anew at a problem. Nexuseditor posted a snip from an upcoming article in Nexus magazine which resonates with truth. IMO (See copy pasted below)

ITEM: I recall that several years ago, maybe five or so, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (?) explained that a new ice-age was beginning for the northern hemisphere because of two things, first, an increasing number of Pacific Ocean seafloor volcanoes were warming the ocean and causing greater evaporation which increases rain/snow fall, and second, the Gulf Stream was slowing down dramatically so it would not be warming the North Atlantic which is what keeps Europe warm. The increased rain/snow fall and ever shorter summers will soon cause the winter snow accumulation to stay year around, hence an ice-age beginning in northern Europe.

ITEM: Another factor has been increased volcanic activity the past few years, all around the world.

ITEM: Another factor has been more frequent and greater earthquakes.

ITEM: Another interesting bit of news, just after the DWH blowout was a report that Denmark (I think it was Denmark) shut down all of its North Atlantic rigs because of some frightening geologic anomalies. Russia has also reported overpressure problems with oil wells.

ITEM: Another factor might also contribute to this, namely that the strength of the earthís magnetic field has been getting weaker until it is now nearly zero.

So, when I read the Nexus article about Markís information about Gulf of Mexico Seabed rising, Iím thinking that placing blame is becoming a moot point. Whether BP did it deliberately, for nefarious reasons, probably wonít make any difference at all. Personally, I think there is no limit to the evil of TPTB; that they would exercise the Samson option for the whole world if they just suspected a possible loss of despotic power because of planetary anomalies and catastrophies which they can't control. But I also believe their hideaway caves will be their tombs.

I also believe that Psalm 91 will be very important to those individuals who focus their allegiance to the right God, and I donít think heís coming in on a planet or channeling through psychics in pretense of being extra-terrestrial. If our planet is to suffer destruction, like the Bible foretells, then my best bet is to trust the rest of that book which points me in the right direction.

Here is a snip from a GLP post, from Nexuseditor. I couldnít find the original posting, so Iím pasting my copy here for review.

Russia was reporting oil well problems with over-pressure events.
Nexuseditor posted snip from upcoming article in Nexus magazine about this...
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At least three years ago, Mark, a veteran of the Persian Gulf War who maintains contact with certain acquaintances in the government, told me that a geologist friend with the US Geological Survey told him that they were surveying the seabed of the Gulf of Mexico for great oil drilling opportunities, and that they expect to see land masses rising up from the Gulf of Mexico seabed. The global power elite foresaw the Gulf of Mexico seabed rising, were overcome with oil greed, but knew that in the next few years they would have to flee the Gulf when the newly popping undersea volcanoes start to break out, like hives, all over the planet. And they knew that, in order to forestall (not preempt) public panic, they would have to make it look as if corporate recklessness had caused the Gulf of Mexico to burst up, bleeding ... because if the people were to discern that natural disasters are exploding all over the Earth, then these power elite controllers of the masses would have the reigns of global enslavement abruptly yanked out of their greedy fists, as the docile masses panic into a state of crazed chaos and defiant rejection of tyrannical tethers.
The power elite are scared, because they know that there is no way that they can keep the global masses from panicking.
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Go figure. I called the local Barnes & Noble to see if they had Nexus magazine and they are all sold out. She said to keep on checking back in case the new (aug) issue just hasn't come in yet.

The girl I just talked to said I was about the 10th person to ask about that magazine today....

I called my B&N few minutes ago, they have some in.. first time in weeks, she said, that they actually had any. I will be picking mine up today.

OK, now you've done it! LOL! I just called my local B&N and it sounds like they have it in stock! He said it had a release date of July 27th on it, so that must be the one that we want. I'll be heading out to get it shortly!
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Just got back from B&N. They still have the old issue! wall
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Hey Folks look at the new thread of our friend Alcolyte :

BREAKING -LARGE RUSSIAN NAVAL BASE ON FIRE! 200 PLANES DESTROYED
Thread: >>> BREAKING -LARGE RUSSIAN NAVAL BASE ON FIRE! 200 PLANES DESTROYED


Some eyecatching posts :

black sea odessa or moermansk ?
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You are clever (=OP alco)


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Hopefully the Russians would be wise enough NOT to have their TSAR bombs pre-armed, with both Enriched Materials already in the chambers primed for detonation.

If thats the case, watch out for a large mushroom cloud in the direction of Russia
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Yeah my source say all efforts are focused on moving out the Tsar stockpile at the moment. They don't care about the rest.
OP ALCO

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I dont doubt it, but 200 planes distroyed are too many even for this kind of fires.
Quoting: Ostria

Yes, exactly, they could have flown them all out. Something is a skew here.

Coup?
OP ALCO

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Source say Russian Paratroopers are now arriving at base
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Military now says most of the hardware destroyed were decommissioned ... but they first denied it and now they confirm it, but say its decommisioned. ... Yeah Right
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The naval base isn't the city of Kolomna near Moscow. Its the Kolomna Municipal Okrug near St Petersburg. Google will get you there. Its on the Baltic Sea.

The fire is on the north side where there is a large helicopter repair and refitting area. There is a biological research building on the south side of the base but it is mostly underground.

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biological research building?

Bingo!, now thats scary :0
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Found this:

It was not an "airbase" it was a central (read hudge) naval aviation and air defence equipment storage facility. No planes, just lots of things for planes, helicopters, airbase equipment.
Somewhere around here [link to wikimapia.org]

Important - no one exactly knows how bad it is. Some locals working at this facility say the only thing left was the entrance and the hq. Others that that's bs. The fact that the official sources claim that there is no "airbase" makes things even more suspisious.
Rumors (again rumors) say that the base had its own fire fighting dep, but it was cut under the new reforms.

I really hope that the damage in exagerated, as the navy and naval aviation aren't in their best shape.

The 200 planes could be an attempt to save some ones ass, as look its not an airbase, we did not loose 200 planes to fire, we just lost some stupid storage facility. Who cares.

The news is growing on russian internet and I belive by the end of the week the true picture will emerge.
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bump




* Note of krispy : What if the 200-figure is also a code ????


And we talked about the Russian place ODESSA earlier !!!! How typical ...


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