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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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This is an interesting article from Tom Kenyon about jumping timelines. He makes reference to the Gulf of Mexico as multiple convergence of timelines...

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The current ecological situation in the Gulf is one example of multiple timelines. In spite of your media’s grand attempt to dismiss the situation, many are sensing how dire the situation is, and indeed, there are complications in the Gulf region that are beneath the surface, both literally and figuratively.
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Nope Breezy, there is no part7...
I was working on it but the thread was so far ahead at that point that it seemed more important to me to make resume of the more recent postings.
I never came to finish it.
And now I have a lot of work on the 15th synopsis ...

sorry
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no need to apologize to me for anything, Krispy...the only reason I asked, was because if there were I didn't want to miss it..and I wasn't sure...I always seem to come in after a whole lot has taken place and I play catch up, instead of helping...today...a good example...my everyday life seems to get in the way...I am so impressed with your skills sleuthing skills Krispy....and am happy you stuck with this thread...thanks for all you do/have done...

Tex/Renegade....no such thing as coincidence...imho
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This is an interesting article from Tom Kenyon about jumping timelines. He makes reference to the Gulf of Mexico as multiple convergence of timelines...

Link [link to tomkenyon.com]

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The current ecological situation in the Gulf is one example of multiple timelines. In spite of your media’s grand attempt to dismiss the situation, many are sensing how dire the situation is, and indeed, there are complications in the Gulf region that are beneath the surface, both literally and figuratively.
 Quoting: RenegadeSon

Interesting in deed.

This makes me wonder if there is a connection with the GOM and other ancient sites dealing with harmonics and astrological signs as technical applications for redirecting our culture and ourselves.

(I see what I believe to be massive statues from an ancient civilization on the golf floor. Does anyone else see them too?)

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This is an interesting article from Tom Kenyon about jumping timelines. He makes reference to the Gulf of Mexico as multiple convergence of timelines...

Link [link to tomkenyon.com]

[snip]
The current ecological situation in the Gulf is one example of multiple timelines. In spite of your media’s grand attempt to dismiss the situation, many are sensing how dire the situation is, and indeed, there are complications in the Gulf region that are beneath the surface, both literally and figuratively.

Interesting in deed.

This makes me wonder if there is a connection with the GOM and other ancient sites dealing with harmonics and astrological signs as technical applications for redirecting our culture and ourselves.

(I see what I believe to be massive statues from an ancient civilization on the golf floor. Does anyone else see them too?)
 Quoting: Isis7

Well... I can easily see stuff like that. Yes, there is more going on than meets the eye, for sure...
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Yes, I believe there is. Thanks for the affirmative response.
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This is the video from pg 401 posted by AC898442 of the floor 'jitter'.

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boil and bubble, toil and trouble....and then those little things pop out and head for the surface....hmmm, interesting
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Yes, I believe there is. Thanks for the affirmative response.
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You are welcome
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This is the video from pg 401 posted by AC898442 of the floor 'jitter'.


boil and bubble, toil and trouble....and then those little things pop out and head for the surface....hmmm, interesting
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lol... I've seen some weird looking creatures come up out of the floor.
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Yes, I believe there is. Thanks for the affirmative response.

You are welcome
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hf |_ _|/ (sign for love)
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Yes, I believe there is. Thanks for the affirmative response.

You are welcome

hf |_ _|/ (sign for love)
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cool2
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Is Herc 6 looking at a hole in the floor?
[link to www.jtnog.org] cam 8
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This is the video from pg 401 posted by AC898442 of the floor 'jitter'.


boil and bubble, toil and trouble....and then those little things pop out and head for the surface....hmmm, interesting

lol... I've seen some weird looking creatures come up out of the floor.
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You should have seen the giant spider crab thing yesterday..
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This is the video from pg 401 posted by AC898442 of the floor 'jitter'.


boil and bubble, toil and trouble....and then those little things pop out and head for the surface....hmmm, interesting

lol... I've seen some weird looking creatures come up out of the floor.

You should have seen the giant spider crab thing yesterday..
 Quoting: Gabriel

Was that the red one from BeePee, I saw that one
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The one i'm talking about was the size of at least an ROV.
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This is the video from pg 401 posted by AC898442 of the floor 'jitter'.


boil and bubble, toil and trouble....and then those little things pop out and head for the surface....hmmm, interesting

lol... I've seen some weird looking creatures come up out of the floor.
 Quoting: RenegadeSon



Yes check this out it was about a month ago...

[link to i47.tinypic.com]


looks like something from "The Abyss"
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any idea's?

Thread: Okay, something just happened!
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None
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Never mind, the person is apparently hearing voices in he/she's head lol
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Today is the 12th remember. We'll know in 8-9 hours here in the central time zone whether that date was a real doom date or not.
"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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any idea's?

Thread: Okay, something just happened!

None

Today is the 12th remember. We'll know in 8-9 hours here in the central time zone whether that date was a real doom date or not.
 Quoting: Tex Tamale

I don't believe there is a doom date, we are dooming slowly each day. It will only get worse as time goes by.
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any idea's?

Thread: Okay, something just happened!

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Today is the 12th remember. We'll know in 8-9 hours here in the central time zone whether that date was a real doom date or not.

I don't believe there is a doom date, we are dooming slowly each day. It will only get worse as time goes by.
 Quoting: Gabriel

I agree with you! I have so many articles bookmarked to read, but there just isn't enough time to read them all!! It's actually doom overload!

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.....

found this earlier but did not think it was relevant, guess i was wrong

[link to www.wikio.com]

Did you know that there were well over 100,000 Gazans in Jordan with limited rights - and no easy way to get out? An Arab researcher named Oroub El Abed has been documenting the plight of two little-known groups of Palestinian Arabs - the Gazans who live in Jordan and the PalArabs who live in Egypt. Here is an excerpt from an article she wrote in Forced Migration Review about the Gazans in Jordan:...

Topic of discussion??????



Clicked the link and my computer lit up like a Christmas Tree. Red flags everywhere. Guessing I don't get to read that site.

I have one pop up after another! Thought for a minute it was a virus, but I think it was just ads. I HATE that crap!
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sorry guys, i have both pop ups and redirects blocked on my browser and cookies get deleted after i exit a page (have some exceptions)
did not notice
p2p did not show anything too abnormal thought it was safe to post link, sorry if i caused you any trouble
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'Blocked' jetstream to blame for freak weather in Russia and Pakistan, say scientists

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Last updated at 11:36 AM on 12th August 2010



A massive heatwave in Russia and the current devastating floods in Pakistan could be linked by the unusual behaviour of the jetstream, scientists believe.

The jetstream is the high-altitude wind that circles the globe from west to east and normally pushes a series of wet but mild Atlantic lows across Britain.

But meteorologists who study the phenomenon say that it is producing unusual holding patterns which keep weather systems in one place and produce freak conditions.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

DOES THIS EXPLAIN 300 - 301 ENOUGH FOR YOU????
THEY KILLED THE GULF LOOP AND THESE ARE THE CONCEQUENCES
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A case of suspicion of Siberian plague of skin form has been registered in Kara-Suu district, Osh oblast, Kyrgyzstan, the Kyrgyz Ministry of Health informs. According to the Ministry, epidemiologic investigation is being conducted at present. “Laboratory researches are being conducted for clarification of the diagnosis. In the process of the epidemiologic investigation, 7 contact persons have been identified without clinical implications of the disease. A complex of preventive and epidemiological activities is being conducted in the focus,” the statement reads.

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Medvedev ordered his defense ministry "to use all necessary forces and capabilities to assist in fire suppression", the press service of the Kremlin said.

The reason for using the army is possibly the fact that more and more Russians are getting infested with Siberian plague (anthrax) which appeared in some Russian regions.

It is unclear yet if it is due to another leak of Russian bacteriological weapons. Involvement of the army may indirectly indicate that such a leak nevertheless occurred because of fires and hellish heatwave.

According to Russian media outlets, at least 5 peasants from the village of Bekeshevo, Tyukalinsk district of Omsk region, near Omsk, were hospitalized with a diagnosis of "Siberian ulcer" (AKA anthrax, or Siberian plague). Two of them are in critical condition and probably died already.

"The district veterinary service confirmed a diagnosis of anthrax with two peasants. The village was put under the quarantine, homestead round has been conducted. The specialists examined all the cattle and the villagers, but had found nobody else infected.

Therefore, it is possible that another leak of bacteriological weapons occurred from some secret military plant. Russia is known to have secret storage and improving of forbidden arms in violation of all international treaties, which is traditional for this country. Anthrax is the most common and widespread type of bacteriological weapons.

A large number of secret Russian factories producing chemical and biological weapons are located in Omsk and near it.
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Cholera has killed 200 people in the west African nation of Cameroon, the government said Thursday, and aid agencies feared the outbreak could spread to neighboring regions and nations. Another 2,500 cases of cholera, a deadly water-borne disease, have been diagnosed in Cameroon since an outbreak warning in June. About 70 percent of people living in the country's far north region, bordering Nigeria and Chad, do not have access to potable water, according to a Ministry of Water and Energy official. Sanitation is also limited in the area and recent flooding has aggravated the situation. UNICEF said it has dispatched emergency medical kits containing surgical gloves, water treatment tablets, cholera medicine, oral rehydration salts and educational materials. The United Nations children's agency said the outbreak could be devastating for children, who are especially vulnerable. The disease is caused by contaminated water, and many people with cholera suffer acute watery diarrhea, which leads to severe dehydration. If left untreated, it can kill quickly, possibly within hours, according to the World Health Organization. Up to 120,000 people die each year from cholera.

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Just something to throw in, check out the Ionosphere


www2.nict.go.jp

www.kg7hq.wetnet.net
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3th link : Snips

"We've found some really bizarre things - things that we've never seen before," said Richard Hoover of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. Hoover and Dr. S.S. Abyzov of the Russian Academy of Sciences have been examining deep ice core samples from the Vostok Station about 1,000 km (620 miles) from the South Pole.
The ice harboring these finds is as old as 400,000 years, depending on the depth. Russian scientists at the St. Petersburg Mining Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia, developed the technology for drilling ice cores without contaminating the samples. Since 1974, they have worked at Vostok Station, extracting cores from ever greater depths.


There are some dust particles with unusual spectra," Hoover said. "Which may be cosmic dust particles." The ESEM allows the operator to designate a point on a specimen and then scan with X-rays to determine what elements are present. The ratios found in some of the dust particles do not match ratios expected in terrestrial dust grains.

"Mickey Mouse" and other colonies of small microbes appear to be out of the ordinary. These are fluffy white objects, about 1 micron wide and resembling cotton balls.

"Here's the shocker," said Hoover, pointing at the ESEM monitor, "these small coccoid bodies are covered with all this incredible fibrous structure." The filaments appear to be about 30 to 40 nanometers wide (that's about 1/10th a wavelength of visible light).

"It's difficult for me to say what it is," Abyzov said, "but I tend to agree that this is biological."
"There are all sorts of microorganisms in the ice. Some are readily recognizable as cyanobacteria, bacteria, fungi, spores, pollen grains, and diatoms, but some are not recognizable as anything we've ever seen before," Hoover said.

They have also found a number of large cyanobacteria with nanobacteria attached.

"What is clearly going on is that when microorganisms freeze, they shut down and go into this anabiotic state," Hoover explained. Anabiotic means alive but inactive, like suspended animation. Russian scientists have been able to revive and culture bacteria, yeast, fungi, and other microbes found in ice cores.

"One of the things that was really exciting was that many of the cyanobacteria from 1,243 meters down had lots of antimony," Hoover said. The X-ray spectrum showed carbon, oxygen, zinc, silicon, aluminum, and potassium - all chemicals common to life. But it also showed an abnormal amount of antimony, a toxic heavy metal.

"It was not just one of these that had it," Hoover said, "but microorganism after microorganism."


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Goodnight all hf

:dreaming:

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[link to www.beyondweird.com]

[link to www.stevequayle.com]

[link to www.stevequayle.com]


3th link : Snips

"We've found some really bizarre things - things that we've never seen before," said Richard Hoover of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. Hoover and Dr. S.S. Abyzov of the Russian Academy of Sciences have been examining deep ice core samples from the Vostok Station about 1,000 km (620 miles) from the South Pole.
The ice harboring these finds is as old as 400,000 years, depending on the depth. Russian scientists at the St. Petersburg Mining Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia, developed the technology for drilling ice cores without contaminating the samples. Since 1974, they have worked at Vostok Station, extracting cores from ever greater depths.


There are some dust particles with unusual spectra," Hoover said. "Which may be cosmic dust particles." The ESEM allows the operator to designate a point on a specimen and then scan with X-rays to determine what elements are present. The ratios found in some of the dust particles do not match ratios expected in terrestrial dust grains.

"Mickey Mouse" and other colonies of small microbes appear to be out of the ordinary. These are fluffy white objects, about 1 micron wide and resembling cotton balls.

"Here's the shocker," said Hoover, pointing at the ESEM monitor, "these small coccoid bodies are covered with all this incredible fibrous structure." The filaments appear to be about 30 to 40 nanometers wide (that's about 1/10th a wavelength of visible light).

"It's difficult for me to say what it is," Abyzov said, "but I tend to agree that this is biological."
"There are all sorts of microorganisms in the ice. Some are readily recognizable as cyanobacteria, bacteria, fungi, spores, pollen grains, and diatoms, but some are not recognizable as anything we've ever seen before," Hoover said.

They have also found a number of large cyanobacteria with nanobacteria attached.

"What is clearly going on is that when microorganisms freeze, they shut down and go into this anabiotic state," Hoover explained. Anabiotic means alive but inactive, like suspended animation. Russian scientists have been able to revive and culture bacteria, yeast, fungi, and other microbes found in ice cores.

"One of the things that was really exciting was that many of the cyanobacteria from 1,243 meters down had lots of antimony," Hoover said. The X-ray spectrum showed carbon, oxygen, zinc, silicon, aluminum, and potassium - all chemicals common to life. But it also showed an abnormal amount of antimony, a toxic heavy metal.

"It was not just one of these that had it," Hoover said, "but microorganism after microorganism."

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WOW thanks...

I wonder what is at the next 1000 meters...

Good night...

afro


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[link to www.stevequayle.com]

[link to www.stevequayle.com]

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They have also found a number of large cyanobacteria with nanobacteria attached.

"What is clearly going on is that when microorganisms freeze, they shut down and go into this anabiotic state," Hoover explained. Anabiotic means alive but inactive, like suspended animation. Russian scientists have been able to revive and culture bacteria, yeast, fungi, and other microbes found in ice cores.

"One of the things that was really exciting was that many of the cyanobacteria from 1,243 meters down had lots of antimony," Hoover said. The X-ray spectrum showed carbon, oxygen, zinc, silicon, aluminum, and potassium - all chemicals common to life. But it also showed an abnormal amount of antimony, a toxic heavy metal.

"It was not just one of these that had it," Hoover said, "but microorganism after microorganism."



WOW thanks...

I wonder what is at the next 1000 meters...

Good night...

afro


edit for spelling...
 Quoting: Czarcasym


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Look at the extra-ordinary amount of revision in the
wiki article on "antimony" just in the past couplke of months. Is this normal? What's going on?

Also, on the main page, the symbol for this element is male/female.


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