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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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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)
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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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...
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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.
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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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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?

ever watch roller ball? (james cann)
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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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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?

ever watch roller ball? (james cann)
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If they trigger a super volcano to erupt... how far will the outfall and tsunami reach?
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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


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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It seem like what they did not count on in relation to the gold and radio active problems was that the microbs could infect humans. Who know what the end results of that will be as has been indicated they are resistant to most anitbiotics. Would be interesting to see how they react to sodium chlorite or chlorine dioxide to be more percise.
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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


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.

It seem like what they did not count on in relation to the gold and radio active problems was that the microbs could infect humans. Who know what the end results of that will be as has been indicated they are resistant to most anitbiotics. Would be interesting to see how they react to sodium chlorite or chlorine dioxide to be more percise.
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Tnx rken... I would like to know more, but very tired. Waiting on new post from OP... What is happening with the BP arrests? night night... :)
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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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I have the saved post connecting the dots concerning the algae farm that has been planned for the gulf and elsewhere. (the post had been removed due to links) Some of the links in the first part do not work but the others have been fixed: [link to www.megaupload.com]
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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...


I have the saved post connecting the dots concerning the algae farm that has been planned for the gulf and elsewhere. (the post had been removed due to links) Some of the links in the first part do not work but the others have been fixed: [link to www.megaupload.com]
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Are talking about the links and posts from earlier in this thread on algae,
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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...


I have the saved post connecting the dots concerning the algae farm that has been planned for the gulf and elsewhere. (the post had been removed due to links) Some of the links in the first part do not work but the others have been fixed: [link to www.megaupload.com]
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Wonderful! Thanks. A great re-read.
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Does anyone still have a complilation of OP posts. I would like to get a copy. PM me if you do and I will send you my email address. Thanks. If you can't pm me I can post an email address that you can email it to me. Thanks.
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Does anyone still have a complilation of OP posts. I would like to get a copy. PM me if you do and I will send you my email address. Thanks. If you can't pm me I can post an email address that you can email it to me. Thanks.
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Part 1 2 3 4 on pag 140
part 5 pag 231 (deleted by GLP)
part 6 pag 232 (deleted by GLP)
part 7 ---
part 8 pag 243
part 9 pag 276
part 10 pag 293 (deleted by GLP)
part 11 pag 302 (deleted by GLP)
part 12 pag 332 (deleted by GLP)
part 13 pag 363
part 14 pag 384


Back-ups on pag 298 -posted by Snowgoosebob-

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edited to correct snowgoosebobs page number.

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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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+1 I agree and suggest that BP did not intend to break open the seafloor into the reservoir causing the gushing oil spill.

Effectively, there is now nothing more to lose by going for broke with a coverup, including the sabotage of the Deepwater Horizon rig which killed the rig workers, disbursement of lethal Corexit, and other horrors BP management is doing aided by cooperative agents in US government official positions.
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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

The underwater fireball took the form of a rapidly expanding hot "gas bubble" which pushed against the water, generating a supersonic hydraulic shock wave

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]

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.



If they trigger a super volcano to erupt... how far will the outfall and tsunami reach?
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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.

with the compression of 70-100k pounds per square inch (at detonation site) one can only guesstimate the expansion rate of the fireball and its final size upon entry into the atmosphere as a 'very dirty' mix of sea floor and vaporized water

now as far the the super volcano is concerned, well
disrupting the equilibrium between the pressure under the crater cap and the pressure above (from sea mass) is NOT a good idea

at the instant of detonation the high pressure hydrolic shock wave would rapture the crater and shoot a column of pressurized water down the volcano permeating and loosening the bed rock

behind the shock wave comes a low pressure 'vacuum' that reverses the previous effects allowing the magma to escape through the volcanic tube ejecting the better part of the old crater

this secondary 'natural' gas/magma/etc bubble expands until reaching the surface whilst creating a tsunami the size of.........


the one in the ABYSS (directors cut only!!!) that freezes over manhattan created by the jellyfish type (magnetic field controlling) aliens
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Does anyone still have a complilation of OP posts. I would like to get a copy. PM me if you do and I will send you my email address. Thanks. If you can't pm me I can post an email address that you can email it to me. Thanks.






Part 1 2 3 4 on pag 140
part 5 pag 231 (deleted by GLP)
part 6 pag 232 (deleted by GLP)
part 7 ---
part 8 pag 243
part 9 pag 276
part 10 pag 293 (deleted by GLP)
part 11 pag 302 (deleted by GLP)
part 12 pag 332 (deleted by GLP)
part 13 pag 363
part 14 pag 384


Back-ups on pag 298 -posted by Snowgoosebob-

krispy @ your service flower2


edited to correct snowgoosebobs page number.
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Thanks, much appreciated.
AFFIDAVIT OF TRUTH
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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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Bear with us Housedad, the discussion you mention was on July 13th. The current discussion arose in chat about what is "OMEGA" related to subsequent posts by OP and acolyte:

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

I have a question: Who has control of BP's Omega Plan nuclear bomb?
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Does anyone still have a complilation of OP posts. I would like to get a copy. PM me if you do and I will send you my email address. Thanks. If you can't pm me I can post an email address that you can email it to me. Thanks.
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A current list of OP's posts on the thread will be helpful to us all. Kryspy is regularly having to go back and pull out individual posts and put them up here, helping to clear confusion in our memory. ;)
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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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what???
no dutchie???
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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...


I have the saved post connecting the dots concerning the algae farm that has been planned for the gulf and elsewhere. (the post had been removed due to links) Some of the links in the first part do not work but the others have been fixed: [link to www.megaupload.com]

Are talking about the links and posts from earlier in this thread on algae,
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Hi Rken, algae farms have purported scheduled for the Great Lakes, GoM, and Chesapeake. Morgellons and nano tech is also involved perhaps with the corexit.

RAP, what is the latest? Something about Plan B? Did it get back on track, sure hope so, the other thread has been whacked, so appreciate response. Thanks