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And so it begins: a 6.4 eq just now in mexico.


Anything below 7 is stress relief, IMO. Do you know where or along which fault lines?

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Thanks, Gabe! Looks like the Ring of Fire is getting a little wiggy. Haleakala on Maui is about 250 years overdue for an eruption. I attribute this to the fact that the Big Island has been squirting magma and there is a seamount (underwater volcano) taking off the pressure for 50 years, at least, 26 miles south of the Big Island.
. With the earthquakes doing their dance around the Pacific Rim, I think we are seeing the first significant movements of tectonic plates. Increased vulcanism could result or not, but it's good to pay attention. Surf freaks on the left coast want to know when to wax up their long boards.
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Check this out......pisses me off even more:

Thread: WTF? Dead fish everywhere!! Thousands of dead fish reported at mouth of Mississippi...
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Krispy....Thank you, much appreciation for you and your hard work...what more can I say??
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Can someone please post exactly what an Auganism Is. Ive onlr ead the first page and a few more.
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What if the organism eats or otherwise converts the methane in methane hydrate?

Not even safe to think that way...

Last Edited by Housedad on 08/24/2010 12:11 AM
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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Gabe, I don't know how old you are, so you bitch slap me if you feel like I'm inappropriate, and I'll ask your forgiveness, BUT.....bear with me.....
At the end of WW2, the ordinance wing of the military-industrial-congressional complex (see Eisenhower's exit speech) was stuck with all these chemicals. Nobody told them about the Manhattan Project, and how it was to be deployed.
They were in high gear production mode, these chemical companies. Making bank off the war effort - all pumped up. The war comes to a skreechin' halt. Big Woops - what to do? Why don't we market these ordinance chemicals to the agricultural community as crop boosters? Farmers went for it, effectively killing all the beneficial soil microbes that give our veggies their nutritional value. So, 20 years ago, you would have to eat 47 servings of spinach to get the same nutritional value provided ONE bowl of spinach from the era of WW2.
My point being that, as has been pointed out not too far back up this thread (wuzzat U Nex?), the Mississippi is one of the Earth's lymphatic systems now (not her intention, I assure you), in that she, bless her flow, is the conduit for all the toxins dumped by man over 2/3 of this country - Big Chem, Big Ag, Big Pharma - ad infinitum....we got antidepressants in our groundwater, darlin', so it goes beyond the Mississippi River System. However, back yonder, in the bowels of the thread , you will remember that the Mississippi outflow creates a huge dead zone in the gulf already for a lot of years now. Nobody seemed to care before - it was aways just an accepted fact. But NOW, the Loop current is stalled and the toilet won't flush, and we don't have the plumber's phone number.
Bottom line - it's way past time to get your boxers in a wad - it's time to think in terms of quantum solutions.
hugz,
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Can someone please post exactly what an Auganism Is. Ive onlr ead the first page and a few more.
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The OP described a organism that morphs AU (gold) into something else. It was found on or in a device that a French submarine risked it's life to retreive. Once onboard, the organism attacked certain members of the crew, but left others alone.

This is all described in the first 170 pages or so.

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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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Can someone please post exactly what an Auganism Is. Ive onlr ead the first page and a few more.



The OP described a organism that morphs AU (gold) into something else. It was found on or in a device that a French submarine risked it's life to retreive. Once onboard, the organism attacked certain members of the crew, but left others alone.

This is all described in the first 170 pages or so.
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We Writting the next Xfiles script?
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hmmm any particular page to best start on?
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hmmm any particular page to best start on?
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Honestly, go to the OP and ACO post page/link and then link to the summaries available. Then just jump in.
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BTW

Why allow the oil spill to flow for so long? Aside from checking out the structure of the pipe, it is a good way to try to flush the organism from the oil field.

I forgot to mention about sea floor rising and earthuakes. The answer is a uestion. How much more volume will the end product have after the organism is finished converting the oil?
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Beepee drilled in a tectonically unstable zone. They probably discounted this at the upper management level, lusting for dem profits. Yummy greed runs rampant at the corporate level, as I'm sure you know. They didn't count on the splash zones being an issue or the deep fissures erupting due to aforesaid pressure. Didn't forsee the huge methane bubble, or the enormous pressure generated by tapping that source. The DWH well, remember was drilled to relieve the pressure for the failed, leaking, first attempt (well A). Macondo B blow-up covers the liability for Macondo A. Kinda like they hauled off all the evidence at gro.undze.r00, and recycled it before any investigation of the event.
I don't think BeePee HAS ANY control of the trip right now, at Mother Nature's level. Unintended consequences, and collateral damage is what their grand plan gave them.
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Try starting about 100.

But to really understand this thread, it needs to be read in it's entirety.


Look at it this way, it is no worse than reading a novel, and just as entertaining.
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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Try starting about 100.

But to really understand this thread, it needs to be read in it's entirety.


Look at it this way, it is no worse than reading a novel, and just as entertaining.
 Quoting: Housedad


Yeah, but it might break you of your love of fiction....drove me back to non-fiction;-)
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[link to www.scientificamerican.com] creation of life, where would be a good place to try it?? somewhere where media access is restricted seems to be a good place to start, all while we think we see!!!
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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Please OP, get us back on course. That is if there is anything else left to report. If there is not; and if you think the end of your contribution is near, then please join in and speculate. This thread has come too far along for you to just leave.
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[link to www.scientificamerican.com] creation of life, where would be a good place to try it?? somewhere where media access is restricted seems to be a good place to start, all while we think we see!!!
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You betcha! And...who's god now?
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[link to www.scientificamerican.com] creation of life, where would be a good place to try it?? somewhere where media access is restricted seems to be a good place to start, all while we think we see!!!
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"And for those keeping score, the synthetic genome, which contains coded Web and email addresses, has been cracked by 26—and counting—scientists so far, Venter said on Tuesday."

What the...? These people are nuts.
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BTW

Why allow the oil spill to flow for so long? Aside from checking out the structure of the pipe, it is a good way to try to flush the organism from the oil field.

I forgot to mention about sea floor rising and earthuakes. The answer is a uestion. How much more volume will the end product have after the organism is finished converting the oil?


Beepee drilled in a tectonically unstable zone. They probably discounted this at the upper management level, lusting for dem profits. Yummy greed runs rampant at the corporate level, as I'm sure you know. They didn't count on the splash zones being an issue or the deep fissures erupting due to aforesaid pressure. Didn't forsee the huge methane bubble, or the enormous pressure generated by tapping that source. The DWH well, remember was drilled to relieve the pressure for the failed, leaking, first attempt (well A). Macondo B blow-up covers the liability for Macondo A. Kinda like they hauled off all the evidence at gro.undze.r00, and recycled it before any investigation of the event.
I don't think BeePee HAS ANY control of the trip right now, at Mother Nature's level. Unintended consequences, and collateral damage is what their grand plan gave them.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 940739


Tutuwuwu (I wish I had a cool proxy name like that... still trying to think of one)... Anyway, I agree with you.

Yes, OP... more updates please. Have they arrested all those BP and political apparatchiks yet? Where are the subs? Odessa alliance? Omega? Who has the aurganism now? Or are there many in captivity? Why can't we see any more live feeds?
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BTW

Why allow the oil spill to flow for so long? Aside from checking out the structure of the pipe, it is a good way to try to flush the organism from the oil field.

I forgot to mention about sea floor rising and earthuakes. The answer is a uestion. How much more volume will the end product have after the organism is finished converting the oil?


Beepee drilled in a tectonically unstable zone. They probably discounted this at the upper management level, lusting for dem profits. Yummy greed runs rampant at the corporate level, as I'm sure you know. They didn't count on the splash zones being an issue or the deep fissures erupting due to aforesaid pressure. Didn't forsee the huge methane bubble, or the enormous pressure generated by tapping that source. The DWH well, remember was drilled to relieve the pressure for the failed, leaking, first attempt (well A). Macondo B blow-up covers the liability for Macondo A. Kinda like they hauled off all the evidence at gro.undze.r00, and recycled it before any investigation of the event.
I don't think BeePee HAS ANY control of the trip right now, at Mother Nature's level. Unintended consequences, and collateral damage is what their grand plan gave them.


Tutuwuwu (I wish I had a cool proxy name like that... still trying to think of one)... Anyway, I agree with you.

Yes, OP... more updates please. Have they arrested all those BP and political apparatchiks yet? Where are the subs? Odessa alliance? Omega? Who has the aurganism now? Or are there many in captivity? Why can't we see any more live feeds?
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That is my fear, that this has gotten so deep that DED traffic no longer tells the whole story. OP, do not leave JUST because your well may have run dry. And if it hasn't then please an update.
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[link to www.scientificamerican.com] creation of life, where would be a good place to try it?? somewhere where media access is restricted seems to be a good place to start, all while we think we see!!!

You betcha! And...who's god now?
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 940739


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Population cull?
The early chronocles of chemtrails, Will Thomas came before Clifford Carnacom, documented mycoplasma as an ingredient of the early sprayings. I have documentation in my files back to the late 90s. People were filling up hospitals in Texas and California with a ferocious pneumonia type malady.
Vol.8 Number 5 of NEXUS Magazine has a good article on mycoplasma. It was suspect in the early research on Morgellons, although more recent research indicates that Morgellons is more of a nanotech creation. Who knows, it may be it is the nanotech child of mycoplasma.
Are we there yet?
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[link to www.scientificamerican.com] creation of life, where would be a good place to try it?? somewhere where media access is restricted seems to be a good place to start, all while we think we see!!!

You betcha! And...who's god now?


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Population cull?
The early chronocles of chemtrails, Will Thomas came before Clifford Carnacom, documented mycoplasma as an ingredient of the early sprayings. I have documentation in my files back to the late 90s. People were filling up hospitals in Texas and California with a ferocious pneumonia type malady.
Vol.8 Number 5 of NEXUS Magazine has a good article on mycoplasma. It was suspect in the early research on Morgellons, although more recent research indicates that Morgellons is more of a nanotech creation. Who knows, it may be it is the nanotech child of mycoplasma.
Are we there yet?
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"Are we there yet?"
lol
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That is my fear, that this has gotten so deep that DED traffic no longer tells the whole story. OP, do not leave JUST because your well may have run dry. And if it hasn't then please an update.
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My fear is that OP is not able anymore to report
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That is my fear, that this has gotten so deep that DED traffic no longer tells the whole story. OP, do not leave JUST because your well may have run dry. And if it hasn't then please an update.

My fear is that OP is not able anymore to report
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It is hard to report while being waterboarded?
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That is my fear, that this has gotten so deep that DED traffic no longer tells the whole story. OP, do not leave JUST because your well may have run dry. And if it hasn't then please an update.

My fear is that OP is not able anymore to report
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Don't worry. the OP has had dry spells longer than this.
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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BTW

Why allow the oil spill to flow for so long? Aside from checking out the structure of the pipe, it is a good way to try to flush the organism from the oil field.

I forgot to mention about sea floor rising and earthuakes. The answer is a uestion. How much more volume will the end product have after the organism is finished converting the oil?
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It's been established through documentation that the oil spill started in February, and in February there was an agreement by the US government to allow BP to "handle" the spill and cover all costs, holding the Department of Defense harmless. Although not announced, the major spill is likely to be from the Thunder Horse rig.

The agreement between the US government and (permitted drilling corporations) BP is where BP got the authority to bring in private security and limit access to the area for control over its activity. It appears that the US Coast Guard was told to cooperate with BP to the fullest extent possible.

BP blew up the "relief well" April 20th to explain to the public/world to explain a source for the oil spill so BP would not have to explain the unlicensed/illegal activity on Thunder Horse. By that time the fissure in the sea bed, which was spouting the majority of the oil spill (per Matt Simmons) was too great to close and is still flowing oil into the sea.

The sea floor is rising and falling in other places around the world, along with earthquakes in the sea bed in other places around the world. We should not suggest that the sea floor rising and earthquakes are only evident in the GOM.
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Well I got hooked on glp by the Aussie guy thread!, this is just as entertaining.
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........

Does this look like population culling? Just a bit?


Aerial spraying, Morgellons, and a whole big bunch of other stuff ARE a culling of the population. Check out the Club of Rome, and their connections to TPTB. If this is not a bacteria, I would suggest that, rather than a virus, it is a fungus, only because of it's transmutational action.
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Highly likely to be a mutating fungus.

If so, there is a good chance that plain ol' household bleach can kill it. The problem will the rapid, aggressive growth. Need to find a way to freeze it awaiting R & D for control.
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Can someone please post exactly what an Auganism Is. Ive onlr ead the first page and a few more.
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Apology, but we don't want to give away the ending to the story to those who haven't yet finished reading. ;)
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Best explanation I've read of current status in GOM:

"But NOW, the Loop current is stalled and the toilet won't flush, and we don't have the plumber's phone number."

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Check this out......pisses me off even more:

Thread: WTF? Dead fish everywhere!! Thousands of dead fish reported at mouth of Mississippi...


Gabe, I don't know how old you are, so you bitch slap me if you feel like I'm inappropriate, and I'll ask your forgiveness, BUT.....bear with me.....
At the end of WW2, the ordinance wing of the military-industrial-congressional complex (see Eisenhower's exit speech) was stuck with all these chemicals. Nobody told them about the Manhattan Project, and how it was to be deployed.
They were in high gear production mode, these chemical companies. Making bank off the war effort - all pumped up. The war comes to a skreechin' halt. Big Woops - what to do? Why don't we market these ordinance chemicals to the agricultural community as crop boosters? Farmers went for it, effectively killing all the beneficial soil microbes that give our veggies their nutritional value. So, 20 years ago, you would have to eat 47 servings of spinach to get the same nutritional value provided ONE bowl of spinach from the era of WW2.
My point being that, as has been pointed out not too far back up this thread (wuzzat U Nex?), the Mississippi is one of the Earth's lymphatic systems now (not her intention, I assure you), in that she, bless her flow, is the conduit for all the toxins dumped by man over 2/3 of this country - Big Chem, Big Ag, Big Pharma - ad infinitum....we got antidepressants in our groundwater, darlin', so it goes beyond the Mississippi River System. However, back yonder, in the bowels of the thread , you will remember that the Mississippi outflow creates a huge dead zone in the gulf already for a lot of years now. Nobody seemed to care before - it was aways just an accepted fact. But NOW, the Loop current is stalled and the toilet won't flush, and we don't have the plumber's phone number.
Bottom line - it's way past time to get your boxers in a wad - it's time to think in terms of quantum solutions.
hugz,
p
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It's been established through documentation that the oil spill started in February, and in February there was an agreement by the US government to allow BP to "handle" the spill and cover all costs, holding the Department of Defense harmless. Although not announced, the major spill is likely to be from the Thunder Horse rig.

The agreement between the US government and (permitted drilling corporations) BP is where BP got the authority to bring in private security and limit access to the area for control over its activity. It appears that the US Coast Guard was told to cooperate with BP to the fullest extent possible.

BP blew up the "relief well" April 20th to explain to the public/world to explain a source for the oil spill so BP would not have to explain the unlicensed/illegal activity on Thunder Horse. By that time the fissure in the sea bed, which was spouting the majority of the oil spill (per Matt Simmons) was too great to close and is still flowing oil into the sea.

The sea floor is rising and falling in other places around the world, along with earthquakes in the sea bed in other places around the world. We should not suggest that the sea floor rising and earthquakes are only evident in the GOM.
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Good post.

It has been pointed out in this thread already, that the sea floor changes are not unique to the GoM.

The Thunder Horse rig is certainly pertinent to the discussion on the organism, which seems to be found at the deepest locations.

Quote from Wiki:
The Thunder Horse discovery well was drilled in 1999 on Mississippi Canyon block 778. It was drilled to a depth of 25,770 feet (7,850 m) from the drillship Discoverer Enterprise, hitting three intervals of oil.

A second well was drilled in block 822, 1.5 miles (2.4 km) southeast of the initial discovery, reaching a depth of 29,000 feet (8,800 m) in November 2000 and also encountered three primary intervals of oil.

In February 2001 a new field known as Thunder Horse North was drilled in block 776, approximately 5 miles northwest of the original field. This well reached 26,000 feet (7,900 m) and again met three intervals of oil.[4]

Actually developing the field was a major technological challenge due to the depth of the find. Not only are the distances large, but at such depths the formations holding the hydrocarbons create pressures over 1,200 bars (120 MPa) and temperatures of 135 °C (275 °F). Prior to Thunder Horse, no field had ever been developed at such a depth.(Empahsis added)
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