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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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Regarding the story on the EPFCG 'Omega' device being prepared by BP:

Renegade, your link to salem-news on page 444 lit my fire. That article is basically expressing the corp-o-rats wet dreams, meaning that the intent is to put nuclear devices into corporate hands. No one should attempt to soften the implication because we are dealing here with “precedent,” meaning that when a corporation does it once, or says that they have detonated a nuclear device and claims the act, and no one stops them, they can do again, and get by with it, based purely upon business decisions. [link to www.salem-news.com]

IF, OMEGA is a nuclear device, then the story at the link is giving BP credit for the development, production and decision to detonate the device.

All I can say is Oh, My Lord, what is going on?

Look at the timeline on this thread:

7/7/2010 salem-news.com: “BP’s secret Omega Plan kicked off in earnest”

7/12/2010 salem-news.com publication date for above comment

7/15/2010 12:49 PM OP : OMEGA is now onboard Orca

7/23/2010 12:15 PM acolyte: OMEGA has been moved to ODESSA

Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP.





Propaganda continues that BP's April 20th murder of rig workers was "accidental."


[link to www.salem-news.com]

"Aug-22-2010 00:39printcomments
BP Gulf Oil Spill's Walking Dead
Terrence Aym Salem-News.com

" - Hugh Kaufman, senior EPA analyst, admits millions have been poisoned in the Gulf states.

(CHICAGO) - A biochemical bomb went off in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010--as dangerous and destructive as a nuclear blast.

While an atom bomb’s destruction can be measured immediately after detonation, BP’s unintentional biochemical bomb is a slow-motion explosion that's driving a continuing disaster."


Note to Terrence Aym: Do your research before you write. The spill/split of the ocean floor happened in February. Write it right or quit. No liars allowed.

If you read this carefully, and several times, it could be Mr. Ayms is referring to what has been called "The Cargo" as a "biochemical bomb." A biological based chemical? A living oil?
Native English speakers, or a genius like Krispy, what are your thoughts?

Yes... I would go easy on Terrence Aym, after all, he broke the story on the EPFCG 'Omega' device being prepared by BP. See my post on pg 444 for the story.
 Quoting: RenegadeSon
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About the comment, "I would go easy on Terrence Aym, after all, he broke the story on the EPFCG 'Omega' device being prepared by BP."

Around my neck of the woods, Terrance Aym would be considered a corporate weasel, and could get a free fishing trip.
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It's more and more clear. OMEGA is the hole, the abyss, the unknown.

The "Plan" is, take your choice:

A, B or C.


How can OMEGA be "the hole in the seafloor" when :
7/23/2010 12:15 PM (acolyte)
OMEGA has been moved to ODESSA
???????

So NO it is NOT the abyss, the hole in the seafloor.

A fresh up :
OP 12:49 PM 7/15/2010 OMEGA is now onboard Orca

cool2
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Anybody got a link to acolyte's statement? Thread names have changed and I'm not finding the thread.
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We have a private corporation (BP) working with a foreign country (Canada) under super-secret private security (AEGIS [Brit equivalent to Blackwater/Xe]) to develop a nuclear bomb to be set off in US territory.

The development of this bomb puts an electronics destroying device in the hands of corp-o-rats.

It is admitted that this nuclear device could ignite the huge amount of methane in the Gulf of Mexico.

Is anyone concerned about this? If not, you should be. You may have corp-o-rats, protected by a private corp-o-rat security firm, blowing up your hometown.


Read the bogeyman story at this link:
[link to www.salem-news.com]

The following are quotes from the article:

The giant oil company is now quietly preparing to test a small nuclear device in a frenzied rush against time to quell a cascading catastrophe. If successful they will have the capability to detonate a controlled fusion generated pulse.

BP has also admitted damage beneath the sea floor.

At a super-secret security base-CFB Suffield-located in southern Alberta, Canada, area reports indicate that high level engineers, physicists and military scientists are feverishly working to complete an ‘explosively pumped flux compression generator’ (EPFCG).... a tiny nuclear bomb.

DRDC Suffield is the lead facility for all of Canada’s engineering and weapons systems R&D.

The pulse can be shaped and directed and used to knock out electronics...

A special security force manned by members of AEGIS, a UK based paramilitary security corporation similar to the old US Blackwater Security company, is reported to have cordoned off the base.

While the plan would admittedly only be executed if a worst case scenario seemed imminent, some geo-chemists have expressed concerns that detonating an EPFCG in the Gulf might ignite the methane.
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Regarding the story on the EPFCG 'Omega' device being prepared by BP:

Renegade, your link to salem-news on page 444 lit my fire. That article is basically expressing the corp-o-rats wet dreams, meaning that the intent is to put nuclear devices into corporate hands. No one should attempt to soften the implication because we are dealing here with “precedent,” meaning that when a corporation does it once, or says that they have detonated a nuclear device and claims the act, and no one stops them, they can do again, and get by with it, based purely upon business decisions. [link to www.salem-news.com]

IF, OMEGA is a nuclear device, then the story at the link is giving BP credit for the development, production and decision to detonate the device.

All I can say is Oh, My Lord, what is going on?

Look at the timeline on this thread:

7/7/2010 salem-news.com: “BP’s secret Omega Plan kicked off in earnest”

7/12/2010 salem-news.com publication date for above comment

7/15/2010 12:49 PM OP : OMEGA is now onboard Orca

7/23/2010 12:15 PM acolyte: OMEGA has been moved to ODESSA

Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP.








Propaganda continues that BP's April 20th murder of rig workers was "accidental."


[link to www.salem-news.com]

"Aug-22-2010 00:39printcomments
BP Gulf Oil Spill's Walking Dead
Terrence Aym Salem-News.com

" - Hugh Kaufman, senior EPA analyst, admits millions have been poisoned in the Gulf states.

(CHICAGO) - A biochemical bomb went off in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010--as dangerous and destructive as a nuclear blast.

While an atom bomb’s destruction can be measured immediately after detonation, BP’s unintentional biochemical bomb is a slow-motion explosion that's driving a continuing disaster."


Note to Terrence Aym: Do your research before you write. The spill/split of the ocean floor happened in February. Write it right or quit. No liars allowed.

If you read this carefully, and several times, it could be Mr. Ayms is referring to what has been called "The Cargo" as a "biochemical bomb." A biological based chemical? A living oil?
Native English speakers, or a genius like Krispy, what are your thoughts?

Yes... I would go easy on Terrence Aym, after all, he broke the story on the EPFCG 'Omega' device being prepared by BP. See my post on pg 444 for the story.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1076639


Am watching live Russian Times headline news online. They are doing a segment called "Oil:Spills and Thrills" When that title popped up in the graphics, I nearly blew my teeth across the room... Thrills, indeed! Anyway,
they talked about Russia's use of nukes to shut down rigs. Apparently they use nuked with amended isotopes that have a vastly reduced half life. But, one environmental expert stated that all these Russian solutions, tried and true, are totally NOT the solution in our case...not appropriate...don't go there. The segment will probably be up on their website < [link to rt.com>] later.
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Regarding the story on the EPFCG 'Omega' device being prepared by BP:

Renegade, your link to salem-news on page 444 lit my fire. That article is basically expressing the corp-o-rats wet dreams, meaning that the intent is to put nuclear devices into corporate hands. No one should attempt to soften the implication because we are dealing here with “precedent,” meaning that when a corporation does it once, or says that they have detonated a nuclear device and claims the act, and no one stops them, they can do again, and get by with it, based purely upon business decisions. [link to www.salem-news.com]

IF, OMEGA is a nuclear device, then the story at the link is giving BP credit for the development, production and decision to detonate the device.

All I can say is Oh, My Lord, what is going on?

Look at the timeline on this thread:

7/7/2010 salem-news.com: “BP’s secret Omega Plan kicked off in earnest”

7/12/2010 salem-news.com publication date for above comment

7/15/2010 12:49 PM OP : OMEGA is now onboard Orca

7/23/2010 12:15 PM acolyte: OMEGA has been moved to ODESSA

Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP.








Propaganda continues that BP's April 20th murder of rig workers was "accidental."


[link to www.salem-news.com]

"Aug-22-2010 00:39printcomments
BP Gulf Oil Spill's Walking Dead
Terrence Aym Salem-News.com

" - Hugh Kaufman, senior EPA analyst, admits millions have been poisoned in the Gulf states.

(CHICAGO) - A biochemical bomb went off in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010--as dangerous and destructive as a nuclear blast.

While an atom bomb’s destruction can be measured immediately after detonation, BP’s unintentional biochemical bomb is a slow-motion explosion that's driving a continuing disaster."


Note to Terrence Aym: Do your research before you write. The spill/split of the ocean floor happened in February. Write it right or quit. No liars allowed.

If you read this carefully, and several times, it could be Mr. Ayms is referring to what has been called "The Cargo" as a "biochemical bomb." A biological based chemical? A living oil?
Native English speakers, or a genius like Krispy, what are your thoughts?

Yes... I would go easy on Terrence Aym, after all, he broke the story on the EPFCG 'Omega' device being prepared by BP. See my post on pg 444 for the story.



Am watching live Russian Times headline news online. They are doing a segment called "Oil:Spills and Thrills" When that title popped up in the graphics, I nearly blew my teeth across the room... Thrills, indeed! Anyway,
they talked about Russia's use of nukes to shut down rigs. Apparently they use nuked with amended isotopes that have a vastly reduced half life. But, one environmental expert stated that all these Russian solutions, tried and true, are totally NOT the solution in our case...not appropriate...don't go there. The segment will probably be up on their website < [link to rt.com>] later.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 940739


Russian Times is running a loop on their headline news (duh!), so a more specific link would be [link to rt.com] It will be coming up here shortly.
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"Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP."

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"Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP."

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What's the bet that all the 'BP officials' etc who get arrested, are 'non-security cleared' people who found out about the organism etc?

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What's the bet that all the 'BP officials' etc who get arrested, are 'non-security cleared' people who found out about the organism etc?
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Oh dear. I fear you are right.
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"Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP."

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What's the bet that all the 'BP officials' etc who get arrested, are 'non-security cleared' people who found out about the organism etc?
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"Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP."

+ 1


What's the bet that all the 'BP officials' etc who get arrested, are 'non-security cleared' people who found out about the organism etc?

That is no bet. That is an agreement. banana2
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They know not what the do... The relief wells are being set up with detonation devices... global consequences... damned
[link to www.david_dickhead]

BP NUCLEAR OPTION Spells Mega-Disaster For Gulf Of Mexico
By Dr. Tom Termotto
"There has been much speculation lately about a nuclear device being planned for closing in the BP Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico. The consequences of exercising this option go well beyond killing the Gulf of Mexico; there would be far-reaching and profound ramifications for the oceans of the world. There are many risks associated with this option that must be considered. Let’s review some of these before BP finishes the relief wells, which are allegedly being utilized for the strategic placement and detonation of a nuclear device...

The radioactive levels of the hydrocarbon brew that has been flowing for over 90 days into the Gulf is already cause for alarm. The deeper the well, the greater the likelihood that the oil and gas effluent will have greater concentrations of radioactive components, particularly radium, thorium and uranium."
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"Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP."

+ 1


What's the bet that all the 'BP officials' etc who get arrested, are 'non-security cleared' people who found out about the organism etc?

That is no bet. That is an agreement. banana2


They know not what the do... The relief wells are being set up with detonation devices... global consequences... damned
[link to www.david_dickhead]

BP NUCLEAR OPTION Spells Mega-Disaster For Gulf Of Mexico
By Dr. Tom Termotto
"There has been much speculation lately about a nuclear device being planned for closing in the BP Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico. The consequences of exercising this option go well beyond killing the Gulf of Mexico; there would be far-reaching and profound ramifications for the oceans of the world. There are many risks associated with this option that must be considered. Let’s review some of these before BP finishes the relief wells, which are allegedly being utilized for the strategic placement and detonation of a nuclear device...

The radioactive levels of the hydrocarbon brew that has been flowing for over 90 days into the Gulf is already cause for alarm. The deeper the well, the greater the likelihood that the oil and gas effluent will have greater concentrations of radioactive components, particularly radium, thorium and uranium."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1076728


Okay, that link was corrupted... here it is again... just remove brackets... Put on the world wide web davi dicke.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1059085394 and remove the space in the name
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"Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP."

+ 1


What's the bet that all the 'BP officials' etc who get arrested, are 'non-security cleared' people who found out about the organism etc?

That is no bet. That is an agreement. banana2


They know not what the do... The relief wells are being set up with detonation devices... global consequences... damned
[link to www.david_dickhead]

BP NUCLEAR OPTION Spells Mega-Disaster For Gulf Of Mexico
By Dr. Tom Termotto
"There has been much speculation lately about a nuclear device being planned for closing in the BP Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico. The consequences of exercising this option go well beyond killing the Gulf of Mexico; there would be far-reaching and profound ramifications for the oceans of the world. There are many risks associated with this option that must be considered. Let’s review some of these before BP finishes the relief wells, which are allegedly being utilized for the strategic placement and detonation of a nuclear device...

The radioactive levels of the hydrocarbon brew that has been flowing for over 90 days into the Gulf is already cause for alarm. The deeper the well, the greater the likelihood that the oil and gas effluent will have greater concentrations of radioactive components, particularly radium, thorium and uranium."


Okay, that link was corrupted... here it is again... just remove brackets... Put on the world wide web davi dicke.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1059085394 and remove the space in the name
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1076728

Here is more from that page in case you couldn't get to it:

"Sinking of the Deepwater Horizon Platform after a suspected methane burp and explosion

The real issue here is that, due to the deep source of these hydrocarbons (18,000 to 30,000 feet deep Macondo Prospect) the oil and gas effluent that has already poured into the Gulf possesses a discernible radioactive hazard. If a nuclear device was detonated to close off the well, many things could go wrong in the process that could actually worsen the current scenario. We could be left with a predicament that would contribute significantly to the already excessive radioactive burden throughout the Gulf. How so?

First of all, the only precedents we have for the nuclear option are those put forth by Russia. According to Komsomoloskaya Pravda, “the Soviets deployed specially designed nuclear explosions to extinguish well fires on at least five separate occasions”. However, the context was completely different than the one in the Gulf. The Gulf Macondo Well is not on land, nor is it a gas fire. It is also 5000 feet under water, and then another 18,000+ feet deep into the earth’s crust. To draw a parallel between the two scenarios doesn’t get more apples and oranges. Oil gushers under 5000 feet of water does not compare with natural gas fires on land.

Therefore, the danger in this alternative is twofold. In the aftermath of a nuclear explosion, the oil volcano could be transformed into a super-volcano spewing more mantle-generated radioactive hydrocarbons into the water. Secondarily, if the radioactivity associated with the detonation is allowed to escape due to an unsealed well, or worse, a larger opening in the earth that has received the radioactive fallout from a subterranean explosion, then we have a true doomsday scenario in the making.

THE MISSISSIPPI CANYON AND WHAT A SEISMIC OR NUCLEAR EVENT COULD TRIGGER

Per Wikipedia: “The New Madrid Seismic Zone (pronounced /nju&#720; &#712;mædr&#616;d/), sometimes called the New Madrid Fault Line, is a major seismic zone and a prolific source of intraplate earthquakes (earthquakes within a tectonic plate) in the southern and midwestern United States, stretching to the southwest from New Madrid, Missouri.” “This New Madrid Seismic zone lies within the central Mississippi Valley, extending from northeast Arkansas, through southeast Missouri, western Tennessee, western Kentucky to southern Illinois. Historically, this area has been the site of some of the largest earthquakes in North America. Between 1811 and 1812, 4 catastrophic earthquakes, with magnitude estimates greater than 7.0, occurred during a 3-month period.” (Per St. Louis University Earthquake Center) Distant from the Mississippi Canyon? Yes, but still very much connected by deep geological formations which can, and do, refer seismic waves along great distances depending on the depth, intensity and cause of the earthquake.

A Metaphor To Contemplate

Nothing on this planet ever happens in isolation. We have all heard how a butterfly beating its wings in Brazil can have effect on a hurricane that has yet to emerge from the west coast of Africa en route to the Gulf of Mexico. We start with this premise regarding the gathering energies around an event in the Mississippi River, Basin and Canyon. The river, herself, has been progressively staight-jacketed over many decades by the Army Corp of Engineers. She has been forced to carry a payload of pollutants down her water-course for an equal number of years. Bear in mind that she conveys every form of contaminant and chemical that is dumped into her by all the major tributaries that stretch throughout the heartland. Chemical fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, pesticides, insecticides, antibiotics, bovine growth hormones, pharmaceutical medications, industrial sludge and effluent, residential wastewater, runoff from hundreds of thousands of square miles, animal farm wastes, etc. are just some of those ubiquitous pollutants. The entire Mississippi River System has been severely compromised in so many ways, and stress of this kind will always seek relief as a sort of self-protective mechanism.

Can there be a connection between chemical overload and mechanical stress triggered by a sub-seafloor nuclear detonation? If so, can such a relationship contribute to the precipitation of an inordinate seismic convulsion?"
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"Perhaps, and I pray that, the arrest warrants for BP officials have something to do with their part in the development of a nuclear device.

Many people are concerned about Israel and Iran regarding use of nuclear power. I am more concerned with use of nuclear power by the British and BP."

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What's the bet that all the 'BP officials' etc who get arrested, are 'non-security cleared' people who found out about the organism etc?

That is no bet. That is an agreement. banana2


They know not what the do... The relief wells are being set up with detonation devices... global consequences... damned
[link to www.david_dickhead]

BP NUCLEAR OPTION Spells Mega-Disaster For Gulf Of Mexico
By Dr. Tom Termotto
"There has been much speculation lately about a nuclear device being planned for closing in the BP Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico. The consequences of exercising this option go well beyond killing the Gulf of Mexico; there would be far-reaching and profound ramifications for the oceans of the world. There are many risks associated with this option that must be considered. Let’s review some of these before BP finishes the relief wells, which are allegedly being utilized for the strategic placement and detonation of a nuclear device...

The radioactive levels of the hydrocarbon brew that has been flowing for over 90 days into the Gulf is already cause for alarm. The deeper the well, the greater the likelihood that the oil and gas effluent will have greater concentrations of radioactive components, particularly radium, thorium and uranium."


Okay, that link was corrupted... here it is again... just remove brackets... Put on the world wide web davi dicke.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1059085394 and remove the space in the name

Here is more from that page in case you couldn't get to it:

"Sinking of the Deepwater Horizon Platform after a suspected methane burp and explosion

The real issue here is that, due to the deep source of these hydrocarbons (18,000 to 30,000 feet deep Macondo Prospect) the oil and gas effluent that has already poured into the Gulf possesses a discernible radioactive hazard. If a nuclear device was detonated to close off the well, many things could go wrong in the process that could actually worsen the current scenario. We could be left with a predicament that would contribute significantly to the already excessive radioactive burden throughout the Gulf. How so?

First of all, the only precedents we have for the nuclear option are those put forth by Russia. According to Komsomoloskaya Pravda, “the Soviets deployed specially designed nuclear explosions to extinguish well fires on at least five separate occasions”. However, the context was completely different than the one in the Gulf. The Gulf Macondo Well is not on land, nor is it a gas fire. It is also 5000 feet under water, and then another 18,000+ feet deep into the earth’s crust. To draw a parallel between the two scenarios doesn’t get more apples and oranges. Oil gushers under 5000 feet of water does not compare with natural gas fires on land.

Therefore, the danger in this alternative is twofold. In the aftermath of a nuclear explosion, the oil volcano could be transformed into a super-volcano spewing more mantle-generated radioactive hydrocarbons into the water. Secondarily, if the radioactivity associated with the detonation is allowed to escape due to an unsealed well, or worse, a larger opening in the earth that has received the radioactive fallout from a subterranean explosion, then we have a true doomsday scenario in the making.

THE MISSISSIPPI CANYON AND WHAT A SEISMIC OR NUCLEAR EVENT COULD TRIGGER

Per Wikipedia: “The New Madrid Seismic Zone (pronounced /nju&#720; &#712;mædr&#616;d/), sometimes called the New Madrid Fault Line, is a major seismic zone and a prolific source of intraplate earthquakes (earthquakes within a tectonic plate) in the southern and midwestern United States, stretching to the southwest from New Madrid, Missouri.” “This New Madrid Seismic zone lies within the central Mississippi Valley, extending from northeast Arkansas, through southeast Missouri, western Tennessee, western Kentucky to southern Illinois. Historically, this area has been the site of some of the largest earthquakes in North America. Between 1811 and 1812, 4 catastrophic earthquakes, with magnitude estimates greater than 7.0, occurred during a 3-month period.” (Per St. Louis University Earthquake Center) Distant from the Mississippi Canyon? Yes, but still very much connected by deep geological formations which can, and do, refer seismic waves along great distances depending on the depth, intensity and cause of the earthquake.

A Metaphor To Contemplate

Nothing on this planet ever happens in isolation. We have all heard how a butterfly beating its wings in Brazil can have effect on a hurricane that has yet to emerge from the west coast of Africa en route to the Gulf of Mexico. We start with this premise regarding the gathering energies around an event in the Mississippi River, Basin and Canyon. The river, herself, has been progressively staight-jacketed over many decades by the Army Corp of Engineers. She has been forced to carry a payload of pollutants down her water-course for an equal number of years. Bear in mind that she conveys every form of contaminant and chemical that is dumped into her by all the major tributaries that stretch throughout the heartland. Chemical fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, pesticides, insecticides, antibiotics, bovine growth hormones, pharmaceutical medications, industrial sludge and effluent, residential wastewater, runoff from hundreds of thousands of square miles, animal farm wastes, etc. are just some of those ubiquitous pollutants. The entire Mississippi River System has been severely compromised in so many ways, and stress of this kind will always seek relief as a sort of self-protective mechanism.

Can there be a connection between chemical overload and mechanical stress triggered by a sub-seafloor nuclear detonation? If so, can such a relationship contribute to the precipitation of an inordinate seismic convulsion?"
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*drama sting*
Dickhead, huh? I sometimes affectionately refer to him as Mr. Lips.
This is a fine job of connecting the dots. The guy on the Russian Times newscast couldn't have been more adamant that the nuke was not indicated as an appropriate solution to the GOM situation. We all know that this option would push the current disaster to the moon. But, then, there are those factions, currently being backed into the proverbial corner, who might just want to erase the entire area to cover their ass. Sticky wicket, to borrow a British term. Hope I'm right about the embassy briefcases.
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Back on page 250, the link from [link to www.salem-news.com] was posted by Anonymous Coward 1020520.

This spurred a long discussion about the device, and there were indications that the device had been tested in northern Canada. A link up was found between the proposed test site and where a earthuake occured in Canada.

The finding of the correlation to the ground uake and the article was astounding.

We had already discussed all this before.
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Back on page 250, the link from [link to www.salem-news.com] was posted by Anonymous Coward 1020520.

This spurred a long discussion about the device, and there were indications that the device had been tested in northern Canada. A link up was found between the proposed test site and where a earthuake occured in Canada.

The finding of the correlation to the ground uake and the article was astounding.

We had already discussed all this before.
 Quoting: Housedad


Tnx Housedad... I had only read the OP postings in Nexus and then picked up the thread in the 300's ...

Do you think BP (alias Goldman Sucks-CityofL)... are doing this on purpose? Another false flag event of armageddon proportions? And if so, why? They would be shitting in their own nest...
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-snip-


Anybody got a link to acolyte's statement? Thread names have changed and I'm not finding the thread.
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A CHRONICLE OF THE WORLD AT WAR III (The Buildup ) Thread: A CHRONICLE OF THE WORLD AT WAR III (The Buildup ) (Page 2)
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Hi Peepz,
I wish you all a great day and/or a relaxing evening.
I wont be on the thread today coz its my daughters 16th birthday afro

See ya all again tomorrow.


xxx
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Well Guten Morgen Krispy
What a surprise!
Wish her happy birthday from all of us!

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Happy birthday to her!!


Ahh to be 16 again! A great time of life.



I just turned 52 this month. (getting ancient)
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Back on page 250, the link from [link to www.salem-news.com] was posted by Anonymous Coward 1020520.

This spurred a long discussion about the device, and there were indications that the device had been tested in northern Canada. A link up was found between the proposed test site and where a earthuake occured in Canada.

The finding of the correlation to the ground uake and the article was astounding.

We had already discussed all this before.


Tnx Housedad... I had only read the OP postings in Nexus and then picked up the thread in the 300's ...

Do you think BP (alias Goldman Sucks-CityofL)... are doing this on purpose? Another false flag event of armageddon proportions? And if so, why? They would be shitting in their own nest...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1076873



This sums it up for me:

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."

I don't have a realistic idea who is doing it or the motivations behind it.
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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Tnx Housedad and Hans,

For everyone a virtual piece of a birthdaycake ... lol...
and some cold cool beveries or creamy frech delicious coffee


drinks birthday

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Back on page 250, the link from [link to www.salem-news.com] was posted by Anonymous Coward 1020520.

This spurred a long discussion about the device, and there were indications that the device had been tested in northern Canada. A link up was found between the proposed test site and where a earthuake occured in Canada.

The finding of the correlation to the ground uake and the article was astounding.

We had already discussed all this before.


Tnx Housedad... I had only read the OP postings in Nexus and then picked up the thread in the 300's ...

Do you think BP (alias Goldman Sucks-CityofL)... are doing this on purpose? Another false flag event of armageddon proportions? And if so, why? They would be shitting in their own nest...


This sums it up for me:

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."

I don't have a realistic idea who is doing it or the motivations behind it.
 Quoting: Housedad


Okay... honesty is good...
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Tnx Housedad and Hans,

For everyone a virtual piece of a birthdaycake ... lol...
and some cold cool beveries or creamy frech delicious coffee


drinks birthday
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Tnx Krispy. And may we all have many more birthdays. Cheers.
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It's more and more clear. OMEGA is the hole, the abyss, the unknown.

The "Plan" is, take your choice:

A, B or C.


How can OMEGA be "the hole in the seafloor" when :
7/23/2010 12:15 PM (acolyte)
OMEGA has been moved to ODESSA
???????

So NO it is NOT the abyss, the hole in the seafloor.

A fresh up :
OP 12:49 PM 7/15/2010 OMEGA is now onboard Orca

cool2



Anybody got a link to acolyte's statement? Thread names have changed and I'm not finding the thread.
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Should be in this thread...
Thread: A CHRONICLE OF THE WORLD AT WAR III (The Buildup )
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08/23/2010 06:28 AM

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Happy birthday to her!!


Ahh to be 16 again! A great time of life.



I just turned 52 this month. (getting ancient)
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Oh to be 52 again...lol
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Tnx Housedad and Hans,

For everyone a virtual piece of a birthdaycake ... lol...
and some cold cool beveries or creamy frech delicious coffee


drinks birthday
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How sweet. Thanks Krispy, many happy returns for your daughter. hf
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Great thread and lots of hard work. Great Job. Only on page 210 but should be caught up in a day or two or four. lol.

I think the Algae for oil track is going down the wrong road as I did a lot of R&D work on Oil from Algae. The biggest problem with this type of technology in the gulf is maintaining a strain of algae that produces a high percentage of oil per kilo of algae. They have developed strains that will yeild between 60 to 80 percent oil. But it requires a contained environment to keep lower yielding varieties from becoming dominent.

I feel from what I read so far that the demon found in padora's box is the bacteria that removes gold from its evironment, the down side being that it also removes radio active materials along with it. You can see the problem this creates. This type of mining operation will becoming more and more to the fore front, which is probably what BP was up to in the first place.

There would appear to be some things that BP can't control and that would be the fracturing taking place in many areas of the oceans floor. As many have pointed out there were leaks prior to the problems that BP had, to the tune of of thounsands of gallons of oil being released into the gulf on a yearly basis.

Nukes would be a bad Idea for a least two reasons.

1. being the munitions that have been dumped in close proximity.

2. The many unstable salt fromations in the ares that could possibly be opened up do to the dome containing them fracturing.

Just my thoughts so far. Once again I appreciate all the work that has gone into this thread. I wish I would have found it earlier. Take care all Rken

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why all the speculation
we have hard data on underwater nuclear detonation

from operation crossroads baker test

The Baker shot produced so many unusual phenomena that two months later a conference was held to standardize nomenclature and define new terms for use in descriptions and analysis.[60]

The underwater fireball took the form of a rapidly expanding hot "gas bubble" which pushed against the water, generating a supersonic hydraulic shock wave which crushed the hulls of nearby ships as it spread out. Eventually it slowed to the speed of sound in water, which is one mile per second, five times faster than that of sound in air.....

When the gas bubble's diameter equaled the water depth, 180 feet (55 m), it hit the sea floor and the sea surface simultaneously. At the bottom, it started digging a shallow crater, ultimately 30 feet (9 m) deep and 2,000 feet (610 m) wide.[64] At the top, it pushed the water above it into a "spray dome," which burst through the surface like a geyser. Elapsed time since detonation was four milliseconds.[65]

During the first full second, the expanding bubble removed all the water within a 500-foot (152 m) radius and lifted two million tons[66] of spray and seabed sand into the air. As the bubble rose at 2,500 feet per second (762 m/s),[67] it stretched the spray dome into a hollow cylinder or chimney of spray called the "column," 6,000 feet (1,829 m) tall, 2,000 feet (610 m) wide, and with walls 300 feet (91 m) thick.

Meanwhile, lagoon water rushing back into the space vacated by the rising gas bubble started a tsunami-like water wave which lifted the ships as it passed under them. At 11 seconds after detonation, the first wave was 1,000 feet (305 m) from surface zero and 94 feet high.[69] By the time it reached the Bikini Island beach, 3.5 miles (6 km) away, it was a nine-wave set with shore breakers up to 15 feet (5 m) high, which tossed landing craft onto the beach and filled them with sand

Twelve seconds after detonation, falling water from the column started to create a 900-foot (274 m) tall "base surge" resembling the mist at the bottom of a large waterfall. Unlike the water wave, the base surge rolled over rather than under the ships. Of all the bomb's effects, the base surge had the greatest consequence for most of the target ships, because it painted them with radioactivity that could not be removed.[69]



but then again i believe that the device contains a low yield nuke as a trigger
the worrying thing is that the above was conducted in shallow water
the pressures at the well depth will be even more catastrophic

just a note, think of the inhumane treatment of the residents at the atolls, what makes you think they care now?

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Great thread and lots of hard work. Great Job. Only on page 210 but should be caught up in a day or two or four. lol.

I think the Algae for oil track is going down the wrong road as I did a lot of R&D work on Oil from Algae. The biggest problem with this type of technology in the gulf is maintaining a strain of algae that produces a high percentage of oil per kilo of algae. They have developed strains that will yeild between 60 to 80 percent oil. But it requires a contained environment to keep lower yielding varieties from becoming dominent.

I feel from what I read so far that the demon found in padora's box is the bacteria that removes gold from its evironment, the down side being that it also removes radio active materials along with it. You can see the problem this creates. This type of mining operation will becoming more and more to the fore front, which is probably what BP was up to in the first place.

There would appear to be some things that BP can't control and that would be the fracturing taking place in many areas of the oceans floor. As many have pointed out there were leaks prior to the problems that BP had, to the tune of of thounsands of gallons of oil being released into the gulf on a yearly basis.

Nukes would be a bad Idea for a least two reasons.

1. being the munitions that have been dumped in close proximity.

2. The many unstable salt fromations in the ares that could possibly be opened up do to the dome containing them fracturing.

Just my thoughts so far. Once again I appreciate all the work that has gone into this thread. I wish I would have found it earlier. Take care all Rken
 Quoting: rken


I think they have made some horrible mistakes... and in an effort to cover up those mistakes they are making even bigger mistakes... now they can't help themselves... like a bull in a china shop... just wrecking everything.... going for broke... gambling with our future.


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