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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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Goodnight all new and older Bezerkers !!!
Big hugs,
and stay out of trouble where ever you are.
Respect.

K-spy out ...lol...
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Good night...and stay safe...

Thanks for all your help...

hf
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night all hav fun with the wingers abduct
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ya is no prob gona be no jobs left in a bit with all thes robots am nacerd when they can maintain themself lol



Yea I know what you mean...


Has the age of human explorers come to an end? There are several projects underway that are sending robots where humans dare not tread. Scientists are ramping up to deploy hundreds of aquatic drones into the ocean depths, following the first successful transatlantic voyage of a robot last year. Swarms of miniaturized rovers the size of a penny will soon defuse mines, and thousands of terrain-ready robots will test rock composition on other planets. Machines will continue to explore where humans can’t, and swarm robotics is leading the way.



[link to singularityhub.com]


Kinda scary...

Terminator, anyone???
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from a biblical point of view
these like critters could turn out to be the locusts in st johns apocalypse

who does their programming on what to seek and destroy?
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breezy is right here...but sinking quickly...where's the regulars?? are we losing control here??? I'm going to post this RESUME for PAGES 400 to 425 INCLUSIVE...then take a rest...I will explain when I'm through..
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Thanks Breezy... the regulars are still here... lol
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Next pages..UP to and including Page 425

Renegadeson 9:19amMorning all,
This is from another thread on GLP [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] [link to bklim.newsvine.com]
Page 412
Discussion about gulf/hurricanes dissipating took place
Acolyte 11:18am
This my help :)Ocean's Color Can Change Hurricane patterns [link to www.treehugger.com]
Krispy 11:42am
Quotes OP’s last entry then adds
Only the anomalies : TFWIFIEI
TFW = task force web (possibly refering to the french week-newspaper as a code-sharing-place) toxic flood water (possibly refering to something that happened and cauzes toxic water to flood in 1 of the theaters)
IFI = international flood initiative
[link to www.ifi-home.info] (seems to align with the toxic flood water alert ...)
EI = early intervention, end/exercise item, enable interrupt
A conversation about the temps in the Gulf and how they affect hurricanes took place
Acolyte 12:31pmQuoted Krispy’s post then added
Yep agreed, like others, I was wondering where those expected big hurricanes were? Is it time for a big one yet?I Posted this thread below in May about the effect of a hurricane in the GoM.[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
Conversation regarding HAARP and it’s uses took place
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OP 1011531 3:13pm
One Odessa asset has broken Protocol and is on DED
OP 1011531 3:17pm
It's a Norwegian surface vessel
OP 1011531 3:21pm
It's reporting on DED that the new Israeli submarine has surfaced 80 meters on starboard side, says vector channel not working
OP 1011531 3:26pm
forward hatch opened, some crew climbing out onto deck of israeli submarine
Silvervega 3:26pm
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com] interesting info about the gom and how the seafloor is rising and why bp drilled there!!!
OP 1011531 3:30pm
some crew members are armed, 12 crew members are tied behind their backs and being led onto deck by 5 armed crewmembers. possible prisoner situation
OP 1011531 3:35pm
two body's bags carried onto deck, body bags not empty ( I don't know who the Norwegian captain is reporting to because Mistral is still silent, could be a general report on DED to all vessels)
AC-US 3:42 pmAcolyte has posted again...Neocons in waiting, Iran, Obama and the next Asian land war[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
6 string woodie 3:54pm
DIRE Climate change is correct Too.USA food supplies in shortage already,
without relocation deminished before next spring.Huge, absolutely Huge amounts of Chlorella have been processed into 100's of ridiculous flavors and processed foods. Some include soy products, and glutens.Brings to mind the Movie: Soylent Green.
But, Chlorella will not be make of people.We hope not at least.
Omega, continental relocation project is a crap shoot.If failed are or not possible, USA will be buying food from areas uneffected by planetary climate drop. Those areas in simulation could only support 1/100th of international food supplies provided that there is extreme care in rationing.Preparation for such would take possibly 3-5 years.Time has run out. Relocating land masses only option to hold a chance and increase supply for demand to possibly 50 percent. eitherway, any senerio is DIRE, and will not have a fairytale ending. Huge Exodus will be seen as impeding winter bears down on the Planet. Absolute Kaos bettween Spring and winter 2011. Sonic. ..Event Rising.. .will be brought to you by your friendly neighborhood tech team[ All 4 Two Jellyfish Pocket Level ]0.0410Great for travel Reading And picking Berries. Having plans Or Living Dandy.4 slices for 8 seats How are you Really finding Seating. ..
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Krispy 5:58pm
One Odessa asset has broken Protocol and is on DED
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531
OOP = Out of Position, overseas order point *
or computer and data orientated abbreviations (like : object oriented programming)
* overseas order point
"Some precise parts cannot be manufactured in China so they need to be purchased from the overseas areas. Therefore, the purchase period is long and the safety stock management is needed.The order strategy for the material to be purchased from the overseas area is called “order point”. The material order point, safety stock, economic mass and lead time need to be set. When performing the MRP operation, the system will automatically generate the purchase requirements based on the order point to avoid the possible calculation errors in manual status. "<snip>
Krispy 6:06pm
forward hatch opened, some crew climbing out onto deck of israeli submarine
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531
FI = Fienden (Norwegian military jargon for Enemy)
Other possibilities : [link to www.acronymfinder.com]
Krispy 6:36pm
some crew members are armed, 12 crew members are tied behind their backs and being led onto deck by 5 armed crewmembers. possible prisoner situation
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531
SP 125 or S12P5 ....many possible googles
-SP125 is a WWI vessel
-a navy pin Surface Warfare Silver
Decal (Med.) DL-NA-SP-125
Large illustration [link to www.thebattlezone.biz] [link to www.thebattlezone.biz]
S12P5 gave me a surprising hit :[PDF] Prediction of Neutron Embrittlement in the Reactor Pressure Vessel ...An increased effort with S12P5 approximation has a negligible effect on the results. But for ex-vessel dosimetry a higher effort is to be expected ...[link to www.nea.fr] NEA NUCLEAR SCIENCE COMMITTEETASK FORCE ON COMPUTING RADIATION DOSE AND MODELLINGOF RADIATION-INDUCED DEGRADATION OF REACTOR COMPONETSPREDICTION OF NEUTRON
EMBRITTLEMENT IN THEREACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL:VENUS-1 AND VENUS-3 BENCHMARKS>> radiation dose ... ?? Is that were the filled bodybags were from ???
... this was just a wild guess and google ...
Krispy 7:37pm
It's reporting on DED that the new Israeli submarine has surfaced 80 meters on starboard side, says vector channel not working
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531
ID EDI 80[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com] EDI = European Defense Identityelectronic data interchange, electronic document interchange [DEC], European Defense Initiative Interresting Norway ID 80 search :[link to www.regjeringen.no] Royal Norwegian Navy vessels [link to en.wikipedia.org]
Maybe we can figure out wich vessel has the israeli taken on board ?
Krispy 8:02pm
two body's bags carried onto deck, body bags not empty ( I don't know who the Norwegian captain is reporting to because Mistral is still silent, could be a general report on DED to all vessels)
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531
Not sure about this one.Possible 2 INM INM = International Nautical Mile ?
integrated network management
DED = Damage Engineering Disposition (US Navy)[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com
Renegadeson 9:01pmAfter quoting Krispy’s last post addedSee what you can find on EATCHIP DED
The conversation about seeds and what to grow continued on in between on this page..
AC-US 9:20pm[link to www.greenpeace.org]
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Maluk 10:42pm After quoting Dark Mare’s post adds You mean this one with its crew? [link to www.uscg.mil] and "Olympic Challenger" - a Norwegian surface vessel capable to support subsea installations etc. [link to www.sulphurdailynews.com]
AC-US 11:40pm interesting post, and one that needs to be read…thoughts about Shamu/DWH/BP[link to abcnews.go.com]
Nexuseditor 2:07am After quoting part of AC 1069319’s post added this
Valid assumptions - given the ambiguous nature of much of the information available.I have a couple of slightly differing options to throw in: and for those of you following, nexus’ points are interesting.
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OP1011531 5:38am
Good day, before I give you a summery of what happened with the new Israeli submarine I want you to know that the Israeli sub is not the initial "culprit". I read some of you have speculated about the Israeli submarine and its involvement. I like the term "Super Sub" from Nexus, Merci Nexus. Although it looks like Israel wanted to exploit the delicate situation, we don't think they are the initiators. . (My girlfriend an I have discussed this and because the situation has been temporarily contained, we ready to let you know who the culprit is according to the DED traffic). From the transcripts it seems The Mirror log on the Em, 2us and Mistral confirmed the presence of the SAS from the 17th of April in the GoM. The vessel subsequently dropping and operating the sonic drill capsules was/is BRITISH.((I will post the summary of The Israeli submarine's involvement and more speculation in the next post)
Childoflight 5:58 am
A little info on sonic drilling.I apologise if you have posted it already folks.
[link to cee.engr.ucdavis.edu]
Conversation about what “they” are after in the Gulf…took place here and many agreements among regular contributors to thread to AC-Ireland for pertinent post, oh and the British…
Housedad 6:41amI just found the drilling Capsules!!!![link to aade.org]
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Krispy 7:35amAfter quoting OP’s last message adds the followingJust a quick look gives the letters SSMETMT.many possibilities for both SSME/TMT and SSM/ETMT
Hans 6:41 am
Obama mortgages the Gulf of Mexico to BP By Patrick Martin [link toaxisoflogic.com]
Acolyte 8:04am [link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
Conversation about other things went on during this time period, then
OP 1011531 12:40pm
Just to let you know about Something interesting and Puzzling. There is some Controversy over the chinese Diplomatic Dispatch briefcases for October 13th. The cases are the Exact same Size and Dimensions but some embassies are reporting on intranets that their briefcases are twice as heavy as those delivered at other embassies. (weight) while others are even reporting that their cases are losing weight.
OP 1011531 1:00pm
Quotes Poster 1068627 who is questioning OP regarding some things, then adds
Their mother vessel was in the area from the 17th. They chuted in via chopper around midnight on the 18th and left via dingy to their mother vessel. They were SAS
OP 1011531 1:03pm
Apology/correction. They chuted in via chopper ONTO the RIG around midnight on the 18th and left via dingy to their mother vessel. They were SAS.
Page 418 1:06pm
Hans Quotes OP’s post then addsLooking at OP's post, let me see if I can "try" to help Krispy out here. The keyword of my last sentence is "TRY". LOL
SP /CCDD / ESD / WWSP – Spain CCDD - Command Center Description Document (government & military use) [link to www.acronymfinder.com] ESD - Ecologically Sustainable Development [link to encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com]
WW - Worldwide, world war [link to www.acronymfinder.com]
Conversation took place in this time about the SAS…did they do the DWH in, etc.
Krispy 4:59pm
Just a quick thought :
We talked earlier about the possibility that some kind of "cargo" could be in those briefcases ...OP told us that the AUrganisme was ATTRACTED by some conditions :
OP 6:11 AM 7/11/2010 PP confirms organism is attracted to darker pigmentation. Some GCP crew showing no effect at all during quarantine. they remain healthy. Melatonin meLamine (translation problem) But just an other thought poppes up about the disturbance of the Aurganism.Some conditions are triggering its growth ...
Maybe some briefcases are triggering and disturbing whatever is inside and out of defence it is growing (think about the splashzones being agitated...)...just wild guesses...
Housedad 5:39pm <snip>The Anglo Saxon Solution is sounding more and more realistic to me.
Krispy 6:15pm
Posted her ongoing resume for pages 375 and up…I didn’t include it here, but have it copied if I need to..
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White Widow 7:40pm about bacteria…[link to www.ceoe.udel.edu] [link to www.wired.com] [link to www.the-scientist.com]
White Widow 8:09pm and some more bacterias...[link to www.cosmosmagazine.com]
AC-US 9:51pm referenced post by 1069391 in which questions about agenda were asked, and added the following in answer[link to www.washingtonpost.com] "
[link to news.bbc.co.uk]
6 string woodie 12:38amUndersea sonic drilling systems disabled in Australasia region.Siesmic activity expansive and Omega preliminary run is on standby, unknown duration.Central pacific Active Linear Location sonic sensory. ..
Jellyfish Pocket Level transit evaluation USDR.. .Forty,,Harbor Rates now for fish 101 .fish finders glow where fish are welcome for dinner.Before 3 am Fish almost Always arrive In time for Lures. ..calibrate your fish finder and install new batteries.
fish its whats for dinner.
6 string woodie 12:42 am mainstay stalwart
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6 string woodie 12:51 am[II] button
hit chat ensued for a period of time covering different things none of particular import
Hans 2:08am quotes one of woodie’s posts then adds
CALL JPL USDR<bolded> Only one I could get right away.
AC-Australia 2:29am reposts Woodie’s post and adds
Woodie. Were you talking about the linear pattern of the earthquakes across the last couple of months moving diagonally from Indonesia through Papua, Vanuatu etc... If you plot points of the quakes forms a diagonal straight line nearly. [link to www.iris.edu]
A discussion about the temps in the GOM takes place here
Krispy 5:44am also quotes Woodie’s post, then adds
UA = (many options) Underactive, Microampere (electronics), Uracil-Adenine (RNA base pairing), Unmanned Aircraft , Unit of Action SO = (many options) ? Slow Oxidative, Shared Object , CALL (I) = ? Nonmorphogenic Calli
JPL USD R(EE) = Jet Propulsion Laboratory , Joint Planning and Liaison, Joint Priority ListUnit Shutdown (power systems)Rare Earth Element(s):lanthanide
Any of a series of 15 naturally occurring metallic elements. The lanthanides include elements having atomic numbers 57 (lanthanum) through 71 (lutetium). They are grouped apart from the rest of the elements in the Periodic Table because they all behave in a similar way in chemical reactions. Also called rare-earth element.
F,,HR > FHHHR - FFFHR = Future Fighting Force Hazard Report
101 E = [link to www.acronymfinder.com] (related to RUSH/acne/skinprobs)
Also an airborn devision
B3 FAIL I = B3 was Cargo ! fail at level 1 ?
Personaly I think this is a messsage about the B3-cargo ... the growth (glow) and a hint to use the calibrators to overcome problems.
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Krispy 5:45am
[II] button
Quoting: 6 String Woodie
2 have to synchronise actions to activate button , dual key device
TexTamale at 6:28 am posts a report by Sorcha Faal, that a British SIS hit team kills top US Oil expert for breaking oil spill news blackout…the man allegedly killed was Matt Simmons.. www.whatdoesitmean.com
Owenmeany 7:29am
Posted about illuminati spelled backwards going to NSA site…(weird)and reference was made to the “it’s coming” thread on page 13 where this was brought up.. then discussion ensued about temps in the Gulf as recorded on [link to polar.ncep.noaa.gov] and the general concensus was that we did not understand what Owen was referring too, then a discussion about the validity of the thread took place, with regular posters adding their thoughts.
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Snowgoosebob 9:19 am posted the following
Krispy..Been real busy! Sorry for the 6 day mail delay. Tried to reply, but I guess I have to be a paying memberAnyway.. I backed-up and added part 13 & 14 to the list of backup links on my POST ON PAGE 298. Quoted that post below! BACKUP (Just in-case) of all Krispy's Summary/Resumé's to Date! (At the time of this post)
Also this was done to make things a bit quicker for all of you's great researchers on this thread.
If you want...just create a new folder on your computer, (RIGHT CLICK, SAVE TARGET AS) to download each of the (.htm) webpage files of all of Krispy's Summary/Resumé's to Date into that new folder you created. That way you got whatever Summary/Resumé part you want to view quickly!
NOTE: I have a Robots.txt file loaded on my server to STOP Search Engines from picking-up the hard work krispy has done that's temporary loaded on my server
link to www.yankeewaterfowler.netllinkDiscussion continues with Owen about the Gulf Temps and questions about whether since the site was taken off the air and things changed, could they now be trusted to be reporting real time and facts..
AC-US 9:30am [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] Quoting: Krispy71The thread at the glp link above is where that op mentioned "gravity wave" and then here we have chat about the differences in weight of the packets delivered from the Chinese to several embassies.
The discussion with Owen regarding the temps in the Gulf of Mexico continued. Also a discussion of exactly when OP had mentioned MI6 in his posts..
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Discussion continues on about gulf temps, and MI 6 and what post OP mentions it.Temps in the GOM and what the results could eventually be, including an Ice Age, are discussed further..
AC-US 1:40 pm[link to www.washingtonsblog.com] <snip>If Corexit is, in fact, being sprayed at night after being "called in" once oil is spotted, this would be one of the most important stories on the oil spill.
AC-US 1:48pm
[link to socioecohistory.wordpress.com] [link to usahitman.com]
[link to www.associazionegeofisica.it] <snip>
OP 1011531 1:55pm
Good day, a summary about the new Israeli submarine.
They tried to enter a new cavity in a collapsed pipe but was stopped by a Chinese submarine. It tried to leave but was cornered by Odessa assets. A Norwegian vessel broke protocol to inform about the Israeli submarine surfacing close to its position. The Norwegian vessel did not take prisoners aboard as speculated in this thread. The so called "prisoners" were put on deck/topside of the submarine. A surface vessel with a US Flag but no further insignia approached the submarine. (two hours) The "prisoner's" were then transferred to the US ship. What seems to be a relief crew then boarded the Israeli submarine and it submerged about 40 minutes after boarding. It has since disappeared from DED. I Assume it has left the GOM theatre. The Sampson Device was disabled. We don't know what the Israeli submarine was trying to achieve. Speculations are ripe but now void. Our main concern now is with Crescent Moon and the Chinese factor.
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AC-US 3:34 pmJust got my September/October 2010 issue of "Archaeology" in today. On the cover's top listing of articles is "How will the oil spill affect ancient sites?"Oils Spill Threatens History Although the article speaks mainly of Mississippi sites in danger, and specifically
noted the "on land and shore sites," I wonder about possible human historical sites under water that are being covered up with the oil sludge.
How long have subs been around? Think of all the looting that could have happened before news that there is even a site found. Who better to loot these than the companies with technology to reach these sites.
Renegadeson 4:50pm reposted those images of the rectangle on the seafloor..
Krispy 5:38 pm in response to rs and the pictures he posted, looking for tunnel/cave/opening in the GOM…says Hi Renegade, that one and the one (I said) that looked like a cave/hole entry came immediately to my mind too. I ment that dark hole cave in the middle of the image.
Discussion once again about what was OP’s Crescent moon…
Krispy 6:47 pm in response to AC-Ireland’s post saying that there were no codes in the last post by OP says..Yes there are ... but they are so easely looked over.
I underlined the words with anomalous capitals, and the (two hours) is strange too ...I dont believe that the "prisoner's" were kept outside on top of the sub for two hours ..... or that it took 2 hours for that surface vessel to arive
Submerging after 40 minutes is not strange and thinkable, but then again we know (some of us) that subs can submerge very quick if nescesary. the cyphers 40 can be part of a code as well.Code : F (2 hours) 40(?) AD
Renegade, you were on a sub ..does 2-40, 2/40 means something to your rememberance ?Or 2:00:40 ? ... or other combi's?coordinates, area designations ... ?F2 : interesting wiki [link to en.wikipedia.org] AD : army depot, armored division, adaptive control, after deployment, area defence, attention danger, assistant driller ...more on [link to www.acronymfinder.com] FAD : force/activity designator [link to webcache.googleusercontent.com] Interesting is FAD II.40 could be an area designation ?
Again discussion about Crescent Moon…and what it is/was ship/Islamic faction of Illuminati…and it was Acolyte on another thread that told us it meant Islamic faction of Ill..
Silvervega 7:15pm is anybody following this thread? [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] It's interesting to me because it keeps me wondering about the 4 theaters, and how deep the rabbit hole is gonna go!
Linkinslate7:36pm When you started talking about the sub trying to enter a Tunnel/tube. I was reminded of a web link i read [link to www.bibliotecapleyades.net] Is about a Rainbow City in the Antarctic,Found some time in 1940, Was 1 of 7 citys
Still discussing whether Crescent moon is a vessel, or an Islamic vessel at least…
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Krispy 7:49pm Edited and repost of OP message mentioning MI6 additional thoughts…
The MI could be a hint to the MI6 .. I agree. But the number 6 was not mentioned in that posting,it was also not in the one I refered to above, but it came out as a reference in the capital code ... I did not invent that myself.I did not yet looked for the capital/anomaly codes in that post, so maybe something is also comming out in that way ;)We will see.
Add-Edit:
Yes you are right !
The code is: III SS / NMN / (A)IE / (M) d (I) / (DED) / (F) TM / (SAS) / GoM (T) / ( TI Interresting about III SS :
3rd SS Division Totenkopf [link to en.wikipedia.org]
A few pages back we discused Golgotha and the SKULL-devision also .... This is probably not relevant, but I found it a remarcable coïncidence ... Or do they have also a secret devision still operative like the SAS-MI5-MI6 ? ...
SS : secret/security service MI5, sattelite switched, spread spectrum, ...
NMN : noise-making noise, national monitoring network, ...
AIE : (navy software) ada integrated enviroment
MDI : modern demolision initiation, mission dependancy index
DED : demonstration execution document, diesel engine driven, other things data related ...
FTM : field team member, frequency/time matrix, flight test missile/mission, ...
SAS : stability augmentation system, special activities squadron, ...
GMT : guided missile target/transport, ...
TI : target indicator
The ( could stand for 9 > 9 TI
MI5 - MI6 history : [link to www.mathaba.net]
Discussion about the gulf stream, loop, whether it’s been affected by the oil spill and if it will cause an ice age in Europe soon takes place here
AC-Australia 9:19 pm reposts OP’s last post, Krispy’s thoughts and adds
A pipe can also mean a CHANNEL... or vortex? Gulf stream GYRE? Spiral - sacred geometry of energy. DNA is a spiral - 2 parts of six strands each = 12. Sacred number.13th sign can be 13 lunar months according to Islamic calendar. They follow the CRESCENT MOON. Timing of events very historically sacred according to crescent moon. Why? In the past many cataclysmic events (EQ, floods, volcano etc) corresponded with CRESCENT MOON. <snip>[link to www.usno.navy.mil] [link to www.crescentmoonwatch.org]
AC-US 9:35 pmacolyte has posted again this evening @ Turkish embassy in Tel Aviv under siege...[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
AC-Australia 10:23pm
AUGUST 12... New Jersey fish kill: [link to www.youtube.com]
AUGUST 12... Fluoro-green glow on GOM floor:
[link to www.youtube.com]
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1070554
More about fish kills... also South America...<snip>[link to intotheashes.imva.info]
Discussion about Woodie’s forty “harbor rates”..and 88 longitude having shown up earlier on the thread..
AC-US 11:24pm
"U.S.-China Conflict: From War Of Words To Talk Of War
Part I" www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=20629
A discussion about Crescent Moon continues on
Hans 3:38am <snip>Rest of article here--> [link to canadafreepress.com]
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sad to see this thread ruined
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ok, now that my response has been copied numerous times...try to remember that I came in after working for several hours straight trying to edit 80 pages(in Microsoft word, that is) down to as few as possible, so that I could post it here...sooooo, I apparently used the wrong word to convey my frustration at seeing so many pages added in so little time..ok..thread is not ruined, it's evolving...I can go there...sorry if my one word post hit people's nerves wrong...breezy

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sad to see this thread ruined

concur...
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not ruined
the month of Aris/Mars is around the corner
something big and very visible about to happen
the gom is just a piece of the puzzle
this thread has evolved surely you can see that

thnx for the cliff notes breezy___
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Thanks breezy...

hf
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I'm going to continue to do what I can to help..but I'm having trouble keeping up..I have an old, old computer, that's been giving me fits..including the blue screen of death several times...then I come here to post my resume for 25 pages, and find I'm another 10 or more pages behind again..I'm tired too...can you tell??LOL..I have to take a break...bbl

Kind persons, you are most welcome...happy to see familiar faces...

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Breezy, great work.

hf hf

lol Mercury is in retrograde.

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Breezy, great work.

hf hf

lol Mercury is in retrograde.
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+1111 and older computers are slow and tedious. Knowing this from experience, Breezy is a saint, IMHO. Love ya GF, for all you do
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sad to see this thread ruined

concur...

not ruined
the month of Aris/Mars is around the corner
something big and very visible about to happen
the gom is just a piece of the puzzle
this thread has evolved surely you can see that

thnx for the cliff notes breezy___
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Not runied. Still the best meeting place for those who care to share info on GOM.

Thanks Breezy for the notes!
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sad to see this thread ruined

concur...
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'Ruined' is such a subjective term - this thread has 'changed' and evolved with the posters who give it life. (Change is the only constant in the universe - remember?)

If you are referring to the noisy noobs on the list who need personal recognition - don't worry - I'm sure they will move on once their attention span has expired due to a lack of perceived excitement here.

peace
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why is this thread ruined? all the KEY players are still doing great stuff. is it because of a little bicering about someones spelling? there are some great new ideas comming through. maybe some are feeling a little cliqie or others confronted when their ideas or motives are challenged. this is an open forum its healthy to get new input. i remember early on most posts were pics of BS flags and shills. weve really got a good thing happening here so dont loose focus.
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copy that nexus
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There is way to much distraction going on ....
be aware.


I am working on the resume's ...
so ill be here but in the background.


Breezy,
I dont know how far you have come with your helping-out hand ... Let me know if things are to difficult okay ?
I am now working on 450-474 ....
Big hug and huge respect hf
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OK...I will attempt to go 426-450...after a short break to catch up...LOL...
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Sorry, I'm late to thread.

Is WW3 is going on in the Gulf of Mexico?
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Thank you to the two posters who emailed me(you know who you are) i appreciate the info.
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Thats mighty Kind Of ya'll.
Past Articles are very interesting Closely resembles a movie of some Kind. Other things some are hard to Understand but non The less makes a great read.
hard to find a descent place to fish without something ruining a great catch bad water crappy lures no batteries in the fish finder or too many recreation boats all over and them noisey jet skis plus its fricking hot as hell
hell i think i will settle for some frog legs insted
you folks have a great evening its miller time gotta go



I'm reading six string to say:

TKO, meaning the fight has been called
PACK OUT, it's over, finished, take what you can carry

MS MS GRS UFO, Mississippi River in Mississippi the Greenpeace Research Ship is now an Unidentified Flying Object

Scary stuff...

I have it up to one point...but I need someone to draw pictures past that point.... I don't get where you get MS MS GRS UFO...



MS is standard abbreviation for Mississippi. The last track we could see for the Arctic Sunrise, had her weaving and curling into the delta of the Mississippi River. Could she have gone as far up the river as Mississippi? In recent weeks, there have been many complaints about the Mississippi River water.

A couple days ago, Renegade gave us a hint something could be amiss when he said he couldn't find the ship and asked about the transponder being off.

The Greenpeace ship is a Research Ship. If she's just gone, and no one is saying where, I'd guess you could call the ship a UFO, for lack of a better explanation.

I'm no cipherer, and that's apparent. Only stating was seems most obvious to me. I'd like to hear others' ideas.


Doing pretty good there, friend. TKO being a TECHNICAL knockout, amirite?
Wondering if this was applicable to the contretemps of the factions on the subs - Odessa et al - or a confrontation involving Arctic Sunrise? The double MS thing makes sense to me. I grew up in Jackson, and the River current around Vicksburg and Natchez is crazy lethal, with a gazillion vortices in the water. My brother's a tugboat Captain in Baton Rouge. I'll call him tomorrow to see if he's heard anything, or can find out. Gotta go get horizonal now.
Thanks Woody! Remember, no fishing during bankers hours;-P
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Allrightythen - finally got through to the brother. He saw the Arctic Sunrise very recently, still afloat, and is gonna find out more details for us as to current status, but he's on his days off right now, so that's in our future.
He also said that there is generally a 1-2% failure of the AIS global satellite tracking systems on the River, typically attributed to on board electronic failure or switching generators. He said that, by law, if the boat is anchored, not moving or not in service, the transponder must be turned off.
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stik ure self richus atitude ware the sun dont shine iamwith

I'm elderly now, and have been very saddened at the dumbing down of recent generations. I think LITERACY is a foundation of civilization, without which we have no standards. A couple centuries ago, kids graduated from elementary school with some knowledge of Greek and Latin and pretty good acquaintance with the classics of literature. In elementary school I learned to diagram sentences, and even the weakest minds knew when capital letters were the proper protocol. It seems that this EJ is flashing in our faces the conspicuous evidence of society's decline. It's depressing.


Whitebeard, you are missing the key piece of information about him - he is severely dyslexic. My husband, who is 62, is also severely dyslexic as is his son, now 40. My husband just learned to read in the past five years - before he couldn't read a roadsign or write a check. It has nothing to do with IQ or education, unless they get special tutoring...then they can learn to read. But spelling remains a permanent challenge, as they can only spell phonetically (what it sounds like). This poster spells phonetically. If you read what he writes and listen to the "sound" of his spelling rather than the visual input, he conveys very clearly what he is trying to communicate.

It is a brain difference, not an educational or attitudinal difference. BTW, 80% of all incarcerated males are dyslexic and can't read functionally - and 1 in 5 males are dyslexic to one degree or another. We have a foundation that sponsors special tutoring for dyslexic youth who are incarcerated, so they can learn to read and have a decent chance at life once released. Enough said.

aww thanks for your suport :) i would like to add that i am
a registerd electrical enginger with an nvq3 in analog and digital electronics and can desine and buld for a purpos my math is awsom shame about the writen dislexia i am 42 years old and hav had to deal with narowminded self richus asholes all my life i hav had enugh here for today time for coffe and go in the workshop and tinker with somthing
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Ej, If you are dyslectic, then you have my apologies, and I will work with trying to understand you.

It would have been nicer if you had stated it early on. If you did, and I missed it, again, my apologies.

However, I will not be ashamed for stating what I did, as some have called for. I saw sub par communication skills and I called them as I see them. I would have said nothing it I had known. It is up to you to tell about your diasability, not for us to guess 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!

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Thank you to the two posters who emailed me(you know who you are) i appreciate the info.
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being a nexus reader and a conspiracy forum peruser im starting to think we might be being kept out of the loop. if the info pertains to the thread i hope i comes out soon
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Thank you to the two posters who emailed me(you know who you are) i appreciate the info.


being a nexus reader and a conspiracy forum peruser im starting to think we might be being kept out of the loop. if the info pertains to the thread i hope i comes out soon
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as fellow skeptic on things being kept from us, i assure you that i know nothing more, new, or different than you do.
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"Our findings show that the influx of oil profoundly altered the microbial community by significantly stimulating deep-sea" cold temperature bacteria that are closely related to known petroleum-degrading microbes, Hazen reported.

Their findings are based on more than 200 samples collected from 17 deepwater sites between May 25 and June 2. They found that the dominant microbe in the oil plume is a new species, closely related to members of Oceanospirillales.

This microbe thrives in cold water, with temperatures in the deep recorded at 5 degrees Celsius (41 Fahrenheit).

Hazen suggested that the bacteria may have adapted over time due to periodic leaks and natural seeps of oil in the Gulf


I was rereading this article and the bold part kept catching my eye. Its altered the microbial community alright.

Link: [link to www.foxnews.com]
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"Our findings show that the influx of oil profoundly altered the microbial community by significantly stimulating deep-sea" cold temperature bacteria that are closely related to known petroleum-degrading microbes, Hazen reported.

Their findings are based on more than 200 samples collected from 17 deepwater sites between May 25 and June 2. They found that the dominant microbe in the oil plume is a new species, closely related to members of Oceanospirillales.

This microbe thrives in cold water, with temperatures in the deep recorded at 5 degrees Celsius (41 Fahrenheit).

Hazen suggested that the bacteria may have adapted over time due to periodic leaks and natural seeps of oil in the Gulf


I was rereading this article and the bold part kept catching my eye. Its altered the microbial community alright.

Link: [link to www.foxnews.com]
 Quoting: Gabriel


Ha! This is the first time I have evah heard Fox understate ANYthing.
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Don't know whether its related, but there was a bit of cyberwarfare going on a few days ago.

Have a look at the last 7-day graphs at:

[link to www.internettrafficreport.com]

Seemed to last exactly 36 hours, and since then, the whole net is running 'slower' than it was.
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Don't know whether its related, but there was a bit of cyberwarfare going on a few days ago.

Have a look at the last 7-day graphs at:

[link to www.internettrafficreport.com]

Seemed to last exactly 36 hours, and since then, the whole net is running 'slower' than it was.
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During that time I noted attacks were around 40% higher than normal. They are currently increasing (now 66% higher than normal).

[link to www.akamai.com]

Click 'attack' box.

And yes, speed is being affected.
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just to clear up what is in the UK's submarine fleet.

We have 4 Vanguard class submarines, HMS Vanguard, HMS Victorious, HMS Vigilant and HMS Vengeance; these are our nuclear deterrent boats and are at several days notice to deploy their Trident missiles.

We have 6 Trafalgar class submarines; HMS Turbulent, HMS Tireless, HMS Torbay, HMS Trenchant, HMS Talent and HMS Triumph. These boats are armed with tomahawk cruise missiles. HMS Trafalgar was decomissioned last year, Turbulent will be decomissioned next year and the others will eventually be decomissioned at 2 year intervals after that.

We have 1 Swiftsure class submarine left, HMS Sceptre is due to be decomissioned later this year. All remaining Swiftsure boats are awaiting disposal after decomissioning.

We now have 1 Astute class submarine in service. HMS Astute was comissioned on Friday 27 August 2010 at Faslane. 3 other Astute class submarines will come into service over the next few years, they are HMS Ambush, HMS Artful and HMS Audacious, though they can't use the HMS prefix until they are comissioned.

So if it all kicked off today and the UK went to war, we could call upon 4 nuclear subs and 8 conventional subs.

By the way, as you know, warships maximum speeds are classifed information, but HMS Astute can reputedly go at 29 knots underwater and stay underwater indefinitely, so it can probably do over 700 miles in a day.

Information unashamedly lifted from "British Warships & Auxiliaries" a booklet published every year by Maritime Books in Liskeard, Cornwall, England.
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"Our findings show that the influx of oil profoundly altered the microbial community by significantly stimulating deep-sea" cold temperature bacteria that are closely related to known petroleum-degrading microbes, Hazen reported.

Their findings are based on more than 200 samples collected from 17 deepwater sites between May 25 and June 2. They found that the dominant microbe in the oil plume is a new species, closely related to members of Oceanospirillales.

This microbe thrives in cold water, with temperatures in the deep recorded at 5 degrees Celsius (41 Fahrenheit).

Hazen suggested that the bacteria may have adapted over time due to periodic leaks and natural seeps of oil in the Gulf


I was rereading this article and the bold part kept catching my eye. Its altered the microbial community alright.

Link: [link to www.foxnews.com]
 Quoting: Gabriel



This is from the BP funded "research" and we want to be aware there could be some adjustments to reported findings, particularly since we know that independent researchers have either not been allowed adequate access for research, or have not been allowed to report to the public.


"Hazen suggested that the bacteria may have adapted over time due to periodic leaks and natural seeps of oil in the Gulf.

Scientists also had been concerned that oil-eating activity by microbes would consume large amounts of oxygen in the water, creating a "dead zone" dangerous to other life. But the new study found that oxygen saturation outside the oil plume was 67-percent while within the plume it was 59-percent.

The research was supported by an existing grant with the Energy Biosciences Institute, a partnership led by the University of California Berkeley and the University of Illinois that is funded by a $500 million, 10-year grant from BP. Other support came from the U.S. Department of Energy and the University of Oklahoma Research Foundation."
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Don't know whether its related, but there was a bit of cyberwarfare going on a few days ago.

Have a look at the last 7-day graphs at:

[link to www.internettrafficreport.com]

Seemed to last exactly 36 hours, and since then, the whole net is running 'slower' than it was.
 Quoting: nexuseditor

now that is interesting be nise to no the cause of this
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came acros this today kinda stumbled on it
By Alex Gimarc
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My last article on the Gulf oil spill and natural oil seeps created quite a stir on local talk radio. Several of the conservative hosts read it on the air. One liberal host was so angry with what she was reading that she was literally spitting mad. It even garnered a small mention in the Alaska Ear in the local fishwrapper.

I hope they read and understood what I wrote, as the speculation that the Obama administration via the EPA and other regulatory agencies was intentionally withholding help to make the impact of the spill worse appears to sadly become a reality.

Two weeks ago, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal requested permission from the Army Corps of Engineers to start the dredges and raise artificial barrier islands to protect wetland on the Louisiana coastline. So far, the Corps has not given their approval. This is the same organization of bozos that denied Conoco-Phillips permits to build a bridge over the Colville River delta on the North Slope in February.

Over the weekend, as the oil has started to hit the coastline, local irritation with federal foot-dragging hit the public airways with Jindal expressing his frustration. Note that for the record this is completely the opposite of what happened with Katrina. During Katrina, the feds were ready to go with disaster relief before the storm hit, but local democrat leader s Mayor Ray Nagin and Governor Katherine Blanco refused to request the aid. In this instance, state and local political leaders are begging for permission to mitigate the damage, and the democrat-led Obama administration feds are not giving that permission.

WWL in New Orleans reported that Jefferson Parish had commandeered 40 BP boats sitting idle in an attempt to hold off the oil. There is another report of another Parish leader telling the feds to stuff it and starting the dredges and starting to build artificial islands over the weekend. There are going to be more of these actions before this is all over.

The second example of federal obstructionism is the EPA order for BP to stop using dispersant on the oil spill. The EPA rationale is that the dispersant is toxic in high quantities – interestingly enough – so is crude oil. So far, BP has ignored the cease and desist order. Good for them. I heard another report early on of skimmers being on site during the first week that were prohibited from action by the EPA because they were only able to remove 90% of the oil from the water and were returning oily water back to the Gulf and in turn, polluting it. I have not yet verified that report.

My cynical mind continues to return to the notion that Fedzilla is intentionally acting to make this disaster just as bad as humanly possible. But if this is not the case, we must ask ourselves, precisely what value are the Corps of Engineers or the EPA bringing to the cleanup of this mess? What positive contributions are they making? And if their actions- for whatever reason - only serve to make the problem worse, why are they in existence? Why are we paying for their serial obstruction to disaster response and mitigation?

There are going to be a lot of questions asked after this spill is stopped and cleaned up. Questions about federal obstruction to spill cleanup and mitigation ought to lead that list.
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reasons to be chearful -----not
What they are doing is in three steps.

First get rid of oil industry in Gulf.

Then turn Gulf into a dead zone. A dead zone is free of life or ability to sustain it. The oil, dispersants and fertilizers deplete oxygen. It kills animals and fish, also turning their remains into fertilizer.

Finally, use Gulf as a giant Algae farm. Algae grows on water surface, getting oxygen from air, not water. Fertilizers like Urea supply much needed nitrogen. The Mississippi and the other rivers that empty into Gulf also pick up fertilizers from the many farms along the way. This feeds the Algae at the mouths of these rivers.

The oil in the water won't hurt the Algae. It will only promote it's growth and burn factor.

Algae costs about $2. a Barrel to refine. This is potentially very profitable.

The down side is , there isn't enough Algae to sustain the demand. It takes a lot of Algae to produce a single barrel. That means they need a huge place to grow and multiply the supply of this Algae. Right now they don't have this enormous Algae farm location. They have the desire, the technology, the investments and companies all set up.They have even taken the steps to map out the plan.

That plan involves projects in the Great Lakes., Chesapeake Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.

This oil spill whether sabotage, negligence, accident or design is the perfect way to eliminate fossil fuels such as oil and to advance his biofuel agenda..

They will sacrifice the Gulf and all who live in or around it for this multi Trillion Dollar industry.

This also ties in with Carbon capture and exchange. You all know about the Chicago Carbon Exchange, Cap & Trade and even O's support of Kyoto, so I won't bore you with history.

For those who don't know details on those Bills and international climate agreements, please refer to back posts of mine, or those of others who have researched and posted.

There is a proposal to store Carbon that has been captured by industries, in the Gulf. The Carbon will enhance the Algae growth while making a fortune for companies like O's Chicago Carbon Exchange.

All the usual players as well as a few new ones are involved. There is everything from lies deceit, government stealth,to insider trading and intentional destruction going on.

My friend and research teammate has compiled a short summary. Please read this, then I will pick it up from there.

Via: Spongedocks:

Step by Step Chicago to the Gulf of Mexico
The lawsuit lists potential damage claims of about $2.5 billion to the Gulf fishing industry; $3 billion to tourism; $700 million in remediation efforts so far; $6 million a day in continuing costs and "incalculable damages to BP's reputation."


We have all heard it said, carbon is a bad thing for our environment. Where did all begin? Junk Science, Al Gore, Maurice Strong, Barack Obama, Joel Rogers, Van Jones. Bill Clinton, John Podesta, Vivek Kundra, Carl Pope, need we go on?


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