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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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Wierdness on the feeds. [link to www.jtnog.org] Ocean Intervention rov2 (cam2). Does this look like a BOP?.. It looks different than the BOP they have been showing. The coordinates at this location never change, not even when the Rov is moving. They brought Rov 2 up to the surface last night, and the coords did not change.. at all. I think perhaps these coords for Rovs 1&2 are bogus, neither one has changed in weeks.
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robotic substitution for real list
your smart enough snoop for yourself
remember that frightful londonday with the unlucky sevens, where was the odd one out?



"remember that frightful londonday with the unlucky sevens, where was the odd one out?"

Please explain.

4 bombs, 3 were on underground trains, one on a bus, look up where the bus was blown up, but don't print the address on this website.
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dont even know if you can mention the name of the company printed on the side of the van next to that bus
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Now, this site talks about the Islamic lunar calendar... happens to be a navy site: [link to www.usno.navy.mil] and then it has another link to a UK site called 'CRESCENT WATCH': [link to www.crescentmoonwatch.org] and that shows the next CRESCENT MOON is 9 September when it can be seen from most points on the earth... the one after that, early October.
Some more pieces...

Would that be around October the 13th?
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Playing catchup, unsure if something like this has been posted but anyway...I have thismoon phase calendar on my facebook, you can add it to your blogs etc...
I don't know if there is a specific percentage of moon that is specifically called the cres but from Moon phases phase it is at 50% on the1st of Oct and again on the 15th Oct, with each intervening day a type of cres..assume they mean looking like a 'traditional' crescent, then we would be from 4th to 13th. Interestingly, tiny sliver of a moon on 7th and 9th and no moon on the 8th.
here are some links
Moon Phase Module For Your Website or Blog
[link to www.moonconnection.com]

Moon Phases Calendar
[link to www.moonconnection.com]

I will go back to catching up now :)


edit Aug 12th was like 4% full new cres after no moon

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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Now, this site talks about the Islamic lunar calendar... happens to be a navy site: [link to www.usno.navy.mil] and then it has another link to a UK site called 'CRESCENT WATCH': [link to www.crescentmoonwatch.org] and that shows the next CRESCENT MOON is 9 September when it can be seen from most points on the earth... the one after that, early October.
Some more pieces...

Would that be around October the 13th?


Playing catchup, unsure if something like this has been posted but anyway...I have thismoon phase calendar on my facebook, you can add it to your blogs etc...
I don't know if there is a specific percentage of moon that is specifically called the cres but from Moon phases phase it is at 50% on the1st of Oct and again on the 15th Oct, with each intervening day a type of cres..assume they mean looking like a 'traditional' crescent, then we would be from 4th to 13th. Interestingly, tiny sliver of a moon on 7th and 9th and no moon on the 8th.
here are some links
Moon Phase Module For Your Website or Blog
[link to www.moonconnection.com]

Moon Phases Calendar
[link to www.moonconnection.com]

I will go back to catching up now :)


edit Aug 12th was like 4% full new cres after no moon
 Quoting: bevvy


Thanks Bevvy... Yes, it's the tiny sliver that emerges... that is the time of the CRESCENT MOON which is the most vulnerable to the sun's proton wind.

I found something else more specific on The Samson Option:
"The phrase the “Samson Option” is used to describe Israel’s strategy of massive nuclear retaliation against “enemy” nations should its existence as a Jewish state be jeopardized through military attack. Israeli leaders created the term in the mid-1960s, inspired by the Biblical figure Samson, who destroyed a Philistine temple, killing himself and thousands of Philistine enemies." Read more at: [link to www.carolmoore.net]

It says on this site that Israel is a defacto NATO member ... also it relies on the green light from US govt before any nuke strike. But it is convenient for Israel to be 'seen' as independent (and agent provocateur) so US have an excuse to jump into to Israel's defence... Also... US have been paying for Israel's nuclear weapons build up for years.

So that incident with the super sub could have all been an 'act'... or practice run of some kind... war 'games' in preparation for the big one... There are unmarked vessels because we are not supposed to know who the real protagonists are... They have a smoke screen... or rather, an 'oil' screen... with rigged cameras.
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Just looked at November crescent moon on the 5th!


found this on f/b, not sure if you guys have seen:
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hi bevvy

in regards to page 417...david adair...thats the guy!

article in nexus mag.
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thanx Snowy, I will be reading... am enjoying this latest issue now, I sneak it into work and read between calls...

Edit to say how nice it is floating around the asia/pacific region again!!!

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hi bevvy

in regards to page 417...david adair...thats the guy!

article in nexus mag.


thanx Snowy, I will be reading... am enjoying this latest issue now, I sneak it into work and read between calls...

Edit to say how nice it is floating around the asia/pacific region again!!!
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The David Adair article/interview is not in any recent issue of Nexus. It was published over 8 years ago (Vol. 9, No. 5) - but is still topical information.

David was one of those genius science kids - way above smart - with a particular skill and passion for making rockets and rocket engines. After winning some presigious award, he was 'spotted' by various people working on weird stuff in places like Area 51 - and taken to one of their underground research bases/facilities.

He comments, 'that before the public even had pocket calculators, this facility had biometric-id opening doors, just like on Star Trek'. The thing that stood out in my mind about his interview, was the bit where he was taken to a captured/crashed ufo/craft that was not of this world. They wanted his opinion on what it was, how it might work etc - and he said in his interview, that the craft/engine was 'alive' - something which shocked him, and those around him too. Adair was not the only one to comment about some of the non-world craft being 'alive' and able to interact with the pilots on some limited telepathic level.

sorry to go off topic

peace
"The nature of the universe is such that ends can never justify the means. On the contrary, the means always determine the end."
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goodmorning, no I don't shoot today :)

question: was there a issue with Thomas Jefferson vessel ?
anybody ??
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hi bevvy

in regards to page 417...david adair...thats the guy!

article in nexus mag.


thanx Snowy, I will be reading... am enjoying this latest issue now, I sneak it into work and read between calls...

Edit to say how nice it is floating around the asia/pacific region again!!!



The David Adair article/interview is not in any recent issue of Nexus. It was published over 8 years ago (Vol. 9, No. 5) - but is still topical information.

David was one of those genius science kids - way above smart - with a particular skill and passion for making rockets and rocket engines. After winning some presigious award, he was 'spotted' by various people working on weird stuff in places like Area 51 - and taken to one of their underground research bases/facilities.

He comments, 'that before the public even had pocket calculators, this facility had biometric-id opening doors, just like on Star Trek'. The thing that stood out in my mind about his interview, was the bit where he was taken to a captured/crashed ufo/craft that was not of this world. They wanted his opinion on what it was, how it might work etc - and he said in his interview, that the craft/engine was 'alive' - something which shocked him, and those around him too. Adair was not the only one to comment about some of the non-world craft being 'alive' and able to interact with the pilots on some limited telepathic level.

sorry to go off topic

peace
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D'oh!
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goodmorning, no I don't shoot today :)

question: was there a issue with Thomas Jefferson vessel ?
anybody ??
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second question: the most advanced sub, we know of, how deep can that supersub go ?
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goodmorning, no I don't shoot today :)

question: was there a issue with Thomas Jefferson vessel ?
anybody ??
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Thomas Jefferson is still off of Key West.. running around in strange patterns.
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It seems that the crazier the story gets, the more I am challenged to stick with it. At least to gain information for my own processing. It doesn't hurt to listen to everything. Perhaps fear keeps some from doing so. I understand. At this point I keep going back to David Adair's 'Symbiotic Alien Engine'.. Keeping it short, Adair was invited to Area 51 to observe an alien engine. When he 'touched' it.. it came alive, that is, it turned itself on in response to Adair's 'touch'. It was a metallic engine.. and yet it was alive. Some will say BS.. I understand that also.
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My post from pg 168. I heard David's testimony on a radio program back in the mid ninties.
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found this site: [link to www.iceagenow.com]

Quiet sun warns of deadly cold and snow ahead
More cosmic rays mean more clouds

5 Aug 10 – (Excerpts) - The sun has always and will always control the climate. The global warming alarmists don't want you to know that but science keeps reiterating that it is true. Over at C3 headlines they post a story – Latest Peer-Research: Solar/Cosmic Rays Combo Is Driving Climate Change, Not Human CO2 Emissions. They comment

“Scientists are discovering that the level of solar activity determines how many cosmic rays strike our atmosphere, which then determines the extent of cloud coverage. Less clouds allow more sunlight to reach the surface, and more clouds reflect increased sunlight back to space”.
[link to www.twawki.com]

and

Millions of Fish Dead in Bolivian Rivers
Authorities explain what really happened

10 Aug 10 - In mid July millions of fish and other water life were found dead, floating down four major rivers in the Eastern department of Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

BoliviaBella’s original article on this ecological disaster garnered international attention and news forums across the globe filled with questions, doubts and even accusations of possible water pollution cover-ups.

Today I received this email from the webmaster at BoliviaBella.

10 Aug 10 - In mid July millions of fish and other water life were found dead, floating down four major rivers in the Eastern department of Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

BoliviaBella’s original article on this ecological disaster garnered international attention and news forums across the globe filled with questions, doubts and even accusations of possible water pollution cover-ups.

Today I received this email from the webmaster at BoliviaBella.
[link to www.boliviabella.com]

edit for some other headlines
[link to www.iceagenow.com]
Argentina - Colder Than Antarctica - 3 Aug 10
Peru declares state of emergency - 1 Aug 10
Worst flooding in Pakistan History - 1 Aug 10
July - Rainiest Month in Mexico History - 31 Jul 10
Thousands of animals perish in South America - 20 Jul 10
See What's Happening in Other Parts of the World



Sacramento running 10 degrees below average - 6 Aug 10
Coolest July in San Francisco since 1971 - 3 Aug 10
Record cold in San Diego - 29 Jul 10
Where is summer? Record cold at LAX - 10 Jul 10
See Record low temperatures in the United States


Good Nite :)

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goodmorning, no I don't shoot today :)

question: was there a issue with Thomas Jefferson vessel ?
anybody ??

Thomas Jefferson is still off of Key West.. running around in strange patterns.
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oh you have noticed that too

with the sec question, I mean, navy submarines, no Bathyscaaf type of subs
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goodmorning, no I don't shoot today :)

question: was there a issue with Thomas Jefferson vessel ?
anybody ??

Thomas Jefferson is still off of Key West.. running around in strange patterns.

oh you have noticed that too

with the sec question, I mean, navy submarines, no Bathyscaaf type of subs
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They have been to the deepest part of the ocean..
The Trieste was a Swiss-designed, Italian-built deep-diving research bathyscaphe ("deep boat") with a crew of two, which reached a record maximum depth of about 10,911 metres (35,797 ft), in the deepest known part of the ocean on Earth, the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench near Guam, on January 23, 1960.

As far as a true submarine ... apparantly, this 'super sub' can go much deeper than anyone would have thought possible.

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goodmorning, no I don't shoot today :)

question: was there a issue with Thomas Jefferson vessel ?
anybody ??

Thomas Jefferson is still off of Key West.. running around in strange patterns.

oh you have noticed that too

with the sec question, I mean, navy submarines, no Bathyscaaf type of subs

They have been to the deepest part of the ocean..
The Trieste was a Swiss-designed, Italian-built deep-diving research bathyscaphe ("deep boat") with a crew of two, which reached a record maximum depth of about 10,911 metres (35,797 ft), in the deepest known part of the ocean on Earth, the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench near Guam, on January 23, 1960.

As far as a true submarine ... apparantly, this 'super sub' can go much deeper than anyone would have thought possible.
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so, 1500 meters for several subs in GOM is possible ?
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goodmorning, no I don't shoot today :)

question: was there a issue with Thomas Jefferson vessel ?
anybody ??

Thomas Jefferson is still off of Key West.. running around in strange patterns.

oh you have noticed that too

with the sec question, I mean, navy submarines, no Bathyscaaf type of subs

They have been to the deepest part of the ocean..
The Trieste was a Swiss-designed, Italian-built deep-diving research bathyscaphe ("deep boat") with a crew of two, which reached a record maximum depth of about 10,911 metres (35,797 ft), in the deepest known part of the ocean on Earth, the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench near Guam, on January 23, 1960.

As far as a true submarine ... apparantly, this 'super sub' can go much deeper than anyone would have thought possible.

so, 1500 meters for several subs in GOM is possible ?
 Quoting: OWEN MEANY 979825

I have been out of the sub loop for a few years, but, to my knowledge, crush depth on a nuke sub was at about 2200ft... or so. The newest attack subs would not necessarily be able to go too much deeper... if of a conventional design. To go to 5000ft would require an unconventional design, of which I know absolutely nothing about.
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Not related but yet related as we all are.
A site I was reading as to the mess we are in as to GOM and the Gulf Stream among other things.

[link to thewe.cc]
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total off topic, but perhaps related.
2 weeks ago I started a thread, sun is late, check it yourself.

I started obeservations july 12th.
I can just say that, today, the sun is 40 min too late, since july 12th, to give shadow at the front of a straihgt street, just around the corner where I live.

can somebody shoot at my observations, for so far I understand, this is not the result of shortening of daylight
that comes with the seasons.
please shoot
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2 weeks ago I started a thread, sun is late, check it yourself.

I started obeservations july 12th.
I can just say that, today, the sun is 40 min too late, since july 12th, to give shadow at the front of a straihgt street, just around the corner where I live.

can somebody shoot at my observations, for so far I understand, this is not the result of shortening of daylight
that comes with the seasons.
please shoot
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sorry for double posting
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2 weeks ago I started a thread, sun is late, check it yourself.

I started obeservations july 12th.
I can just say that, today, the sun is 40 min too late, since july 12th, to give shadow at the front of a straihgt street, just around the corner where I live.

can somebody shoot at my observations, for so far I understand, this is not the result of shortening of daylight
that comes with the seasons.
please shoot
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I noticed this in my area back in May. I said it to some old codgers who would sit with me of an evening as we sipped beer. They said I imagined it, but I watched as the sun set and judged it by the gate post and remember thinking, the Sun was "late".
Bloody cheek they miscreants drank my home-brew, and said it was my imagination.
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2 weeks ago I started a thread, sun is late, check it yourself.

I started obeservations july 12th.
I can just say that, today, the sun is 40 min too late, since july 12th, to give shadow at the front of a straihgt street, just around the corner where I live.

can somebody shoot at my observations, for so far I understand, this is not the result of shortening of daylight
that comes with the seasons.
please shoot
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2 weeks ago I started a thread, sun is late, check it yourself.

I started obeservations july 12th.
I can just say that, today, the sun is 40 min too late, since july 12th, to give shadow at the front of a straihgt street, just around the corner where I live.

can somebody shoot at my observations, for so far I understand, this is not the result of shortening of daylight
that comes with the seasons.
please shoot

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The sun appears to be moving southward as the earth tilts toward the north pole (following summer solstice on June 21). As the tilt increases, the northern latitudes have less and less daylight while the sun appears to move ever farther south in the sky. By September 21, the hours of light and dark are equal, but the earth continues to tilt toward the north until December 21 - and the sun continues to appear farther and farther south in the sky. Then, on December 21, the tilt begins to reverse toward the south pole, and the sun starts moving slowly northward again as the hours of daylight slowly increase.

Nothing strange here...
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2 weeks ago I started a thread, sun is late, check it yourself.

I started obeservations july 12th.
I can just say that, today, the sun is 40 min too late, since july 12th, to give shadow at the front of a straihgt street, just around the corner where I live.

can somebody shoot at my observations, for so far I understand, this is not the result of shortening of daylight
that comes with the seasons.
please shoot



The sun appears to be moving southward as the earth tilts toward the north pole (following summer solstice on June 21). As the tilt increases, the northern latitudes have less and less daylight while the sun appears to move ever farther south in the sky. By September 21, the hours of light and dark are equal, but the earth continues to tilt toward the north until December 21 - and the sun continues to appear farther and farther south in the sky. Then, on December 21, the tilt begins to reverse toward the south pole, and the sun starts moving slowly northward again as the hours of daylight slowly increase.

Nothing strange here...
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nice try
high id number
You are wrong, mis info tttssssssssssssssssssssssss
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2 weeks ago I started a thread, sun is late, check it yourself.

I started obeservations july 12th.
I can just say that, today, the sun is 40 min too late, since july 12th, to give shadow at the front of a straihgt street, just around the corner where I live.

can somebody shoot at my observations, for so far I understand, this is not the result of shortening of daylight
that comes with the seasons.
please shoot



The sun appears to be moving southward as the earth tilts toward the north pole (following summer solstice on June 21). As the tilt increases, the northern latitudes have less and less daylight while the sun appears to move ever farther south in the sky. By September 21, the hours of light and dark are equal, but the earth continues to tilt toward the north until December 21 - and the sun continues to appear farther and farther south in the sky. Then, on December 21, the tilt begins to reverse toward the south pole, and the sun starts moving slowly northward again as the hours of daylight slowly increase.

Nothing strange here...
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Pretty well stated simple explanation of elementary knowledge. Solstices and equinoxes are subjects for grade school classes. I think that credibility and intelligence are not based on low ID numbers. lol
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2 weeks ago I started a thread, sun is late, check it yourself.

I started obeservations july 12th.
I can just say that, today, the sun is 40 min too late, since july 12th, to give shadow at the front of a straihgt street, just around the corner where I live.

can somebody shoot at my observations, for so far I understand, this is not the result of shortening of daylight
that comes with the seasons.
please shoot



The sun appears to be moving southward as the earth tilts toward the north pole (following summer solstice on June 21). As the tilt increases, the northern latitudes have less and less daylight while the sun appears to move ever farther south in the sky. By September 21, the hours of light and dark are equal, but the earth continues to tilt toward the north until December 21 - and the sun continues to appear farther and farther south in the sky. Then, on December 21, the tilt begins to reverse toward the south pole, and the sun starts moving slowly northward again as the hours of daylight slowly increase.

Nothing strange here...

Pretty well stated simple explanation of elementary knowledge. Solstices and equinoxes are subjects for grade school classes. I think that credibility and intelligence are not based on low ID numbers. lol
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sun will be lower at horizon but not at a different time :)

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