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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
nexuseditor

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Mistral relaying the Carrier Killer(china) is READY and will confront Orca in October:.
Probability for engagement is HIGH
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I wonder - is Orca a DED code name for a country?
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A question for you Nexused

Why can't I get on your site? This is what it says:

Database Error: Unable to connect to the database:Could not connect to MySQL

Thank you
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Hi - yeah - often when I post bursts of information in public places - I get weird things happen for a few days. Websites go down, email is disrupted, and funnily enough - I get phone calls from Dunn & Bradstreet, who want to ask me questions about my business 'for their files'.

peace
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Is it or was it just me....that "EJ" was spamming the thread? I had not tracked this thread all weekend, and noticed today there were around 10 new pages. I'm guestimating but if you were to add up all of EJ's postings wouldn't that account for about 5 pages.

I dont even know what he/she said because I couldn't bear to read it anymore

Can anyone give me a synopis as for some reason I think "EJ's" presence here has a deeper meaning yoda
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If you want me to speculate about EJ - it won't be flattering.
He claims dyslexia, but I find many posts where his spelling and grammar is perfect. He is very clever and articulate and educated. He started to snipe at some of the posters on this thread and then would play the 'I've got dyslexia' card when looked at.

He either has 2-3 buddies that are in league with him, or it is him on several accounts.

I am very suspicious of EJ - his questions were designed to disrupt and cause dissent. Now who would want to do that sort of thing on this thread I wonder?

That's my five cents worth - and I am sorry if I an wrong EJ, but that is the way you have come across to me.
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K-spy, I really wish you didn't treat us like fools. I cannot remember a single exception were viscosity in connection to the GOM did not refer to oil and water.

Now come you, googling "viscosity, geology" as a possible response in your so-called "code" breaking. I seldom read your inane stuff, but this one was too short to pass. ;(






20 minutes ago. 2us says CavityB is collapsing.. Infiltration not Possible
Mistral asked captain to measure visCosity.(translation problem)


Just a quick response :
visCosity, geology
[link to www.google.nl]

measure visCosity, geology
[link to www.google.nl]

Search and find the right puzzlepiece ...

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Your post suggests that you ARE a fool though ...
"The nature of the universe is such that ends can never justify the means. On the contrary, the means always determine the end."
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Nexus, you are being called out on another thread:

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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.

does HMS stand for 'her majesty's service'?

just like to know who's finger is on the trigger of these apocalypse boxes

Tell me it's not Blackwater.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent

Hans, Blackwater is the best of the best, I've mentioned on numerous threads that I worked on ther helos in Moynock NC,
When I first started we went to a round table meeting with
second in charge, We were told we are a family here, We got free buffet breakfast and lunch with drinks, I was in the hangar working but across the tarmac all day they would race black SUVs and wreck them and fire weapons all day, These are the young men trained by ouy gov, in special ops in all the branches, I worked with with most of them when they were still active duty at Blue Grass Army Depot in Kentucky, a few messed up and tarnished the name, Again these are the best of the best, I won't divulge any more info but these young people are fearless, I'd put them up against any special forces in the world,
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Mistral relaying the Carrier Killer(china) is READY and will confront Orca in October:.
Probability for engagement is HIGH



I wonder - is Orca a DED code name for a country?
 Quoting: nexuseditor


That made me wonder what we would get when we mirrored it :
ACRO

Some interresting examples :
-Autonomous Cleaning Robot with task-level programming
-Association for the Control of Radioactivity
-Acro Energy

...and more...
but I dont think this is what the OP ment :)
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Nexus, you are being called out on another thread:

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
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Yeah, I have been flagged on a few extra lists lately. Sounds like they are going for a character assassination attempt.

Looking at the info, its definitely a spook-related job, not just some disgruntled reader.

peace

PS:

For the record, the post is all lies and half-truths. I am not, and have never been a scientologist. Funny thing is, the scientologists absolutely hate me too.

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this is ej my ip has been band your op has been compromised there will be no more post from me ej

that sucks, f....k


How does one's IP get banned? And most importantly WHY????


know Too much in reAl time about VicIouS bidness pracTices Of Current site true ownership Knights

try a little oogle for info

corrected that for you lol
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Is it possible the "Orca" is the sea floor or the huge deposit of oil underneath? Previous poster said Orca could be translated to "land of the dead". If one considered all oil a fossil fuel, that would cetainly make an oil deposit the land of the dead, would it not?

Also, is it possible that the drilling that is going on is actually an attempt to give the "intelligent oil" and gas another avenue to be released into the gulf and other countries are trying to stop it by cutting power to the drills? Also, is it possible that this chinese vessel is going to go in and possibly attack the "Orca" (sea floor) with massive weapons to collapse the seafloor and stop the oil gusher once and for all?

I might be way off. LOL However, "intelligent oil", even with all of your well thought out ideas on what it could be, might it actually be intelligent because it is finding its way into the ocean by finding fissures and cracks in the sea floor that allow it to escape? The drilling is to open up new avenues for more oil to gush(which other countries realize would severly damage the entire planet) and the viscosity of the water might be the percentage of methane in the water that would hamper a ship or subs ability to operate in those waters without sinking?

Most posters on here are much better thinkers than me. So, there may be no chance of what I am thinking being possible. Just throwing this out there.
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Orca docks in Port-of-Spain
Thursday, August 12 2010

The CMA CGM Orca, one of the world’s most technologically advanced container ships named after the ‘wolf of the sea’, made its maiden call on Port-of-Spain last week.

The Orca stood majestically at the Port of Port-of-Spain in all its blue radiance, as Port workers disembarked 350 twenty-foot containers, which travelled from the Far East to TT.

The Orca, when stacked high with containers, can rival the high of the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel, but that is not the most impressive fact.

The vessel, one of the longest containership able to cross the Panama Canal, stretches the length of three football fields (964 feet)!

It is 105 feet wide and weighs 54,000 tonnes with a maximum speed of 25.1 knots.

The vessel lives up to its namesake; the killer whale — the killers and predators of the ocean, as its intimidating and dignified appearance makes it a force to be reckoned with on the ocean as well as in the shipping industry.
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Orca docks in Port-of-Spain
Thursday, August 12 2010

The CMA CGM Orca, one of the world’s most technologically advanced container ships named after the ‘wolf of the sea’, made its maiden call on Port-of-Spain last week.

The Orca stood majestically at the Port of Port-of-Spain in all its blue radiance, as Port workers disembarked 350 twenty-foot containers, which travelled from the Far East to TT.

The Orca, when stacked high with containers, can rival the high of the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel, but that is not the most impressive fact.

The vessel, one of the longest containership able to cross the Panama Canal, stretches the length of three football fields (964 feet)!

It is 105 feet wide and weighs 54,000 tonnes with a maximum speed of 25.1 knots.

The vessel lives up to its namesake; the killer whale — the killers and predators of the ocean, as its intimidating and dignified appearance makes it a force to be reckoned with on the ocean as well as in the shipping industry.
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Many thanks !!!!!!
I think this is a very good catch !!!
You are a star.

hf


Edit:
Goodnight all.
Glad we are back on track ...
xxx

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Orca docks in Port-of-Spain
Thursday, August 12 2010

The CMA CGM Orca, one of the world’s most technologically advanced container ships named after the ‘wolf of the sea’, made its maiden call on Port-of-Spain last week.

The Orca stood majestically at the Port of Port-of-Spain in all its blue radiance, as Port workers disembarked 350 twenty-foot containers, which travelled from the Far East to TT.

The Orca, when stacked high with containers, can rival the high of the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel, but that is not the most impressive fact.

The vessel, one of the longest containership able to cross the Panama Canal, stretches the length of three football fields (964 feet)!

It is 105 feet wide and weighs 54,000 tonnes with a maximum speed of 25.1 knots.

The vessel lives up to its namesake; the killer whale — the killers and predators of the ocean, as its intimidating and dignified appearance makes it a force to be reckoned with on the ocean as well as in the shipping industry.


Many thanks !!!!!!
I think this is a very good catch !!!
You are a star.

hf


Edit:
Goodnight all.
Glad we are back on track ...
xxx
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but i forgot the link lol
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just to clear up what is in the UK's submarine fleet.
[snip]
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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.

does HMS stand for 'her majesty's service'?

just like to know who's finger is on the trigger of these apocalypse boxes

Tell me it's not Blackwater.

Hans, Blackwater is the best of the best, I've mentioned on numerous threads that I worked on ther helos in Moynock NC,
When I first started we went to a round table meeting with
second in charge, We were told we are a family here, We got free buffet breakfast and lunch with drinks, I was in the hangar working but across the tarmac all day they would race black SUVs and wreck them and fire weapons all day, These are the young men trained by ouy gov, in special ops in all the branches, I worked with with most of them when they were still active duty at Blue Grass Army Depot in Kentucky, a few messed up and tarnished the name, Again these are the best of the best, I won't divulge any more info but these young people are fearless, I'd put them up against any special forces in the world,
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I do not doubt Blackwater is an excellent fighting force.Unfortunately European news painted them as wild cowboys. If they are disciplined I say good for them.
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From the GOM coast today: You may have Corexit in your next bottle of perfume.

In South Carolina we had several hundred Karina refugees five years ago. Most, not all, went back to their homes.

Today I heard the unmistakable Cajun accent from two men and stopped and talked with them. One has lived here several years with his wife, the other man was visiting from the coast.

I asked if they were from Louisiana and they did not respond. Later, it appeared they were from the Mississippi coast. The visitor had been on his cell phone, while I spoke to the other, and I overheard that he was wanting to sell his "parish" property which was "underwater only once a year." lol

After he finished his cell call, I talked with the visitor, from the coast. The following are his basic thoughts and comments about the GOM oil spill.


They don't see hardly any oil. They know oil is underwater and expect that it will take at least five years, or maybe more, to completely clean up.

BP has not been fair with the small businessman and fisherman and it's hard to get a fair price from the corporation for their damaged assets, lost fishing sales, and replacement of business property vandalized by BP cleanup workers who are not local. The vandalism is serious.

They believe that Obama is helping the coast people. (In spite of news reports that coastal residents think Obama has let them down.)

He had little to say about Corexit and appeared to simply not have information. He knows it's there, but does not know anything about it. The visitor complained that it is very difficult to get information from anyone.

I asked specifically about the fishermen having to sign off and certify their catch was not contaminated (relieving BP of liability for contaminated fish.) He said everybody complained so much that the process for handling the catch has been changed. Beginning recently, fisherman bring in a catch to the fish plant, which sends a fish sample to a lab to check for contamination. When the report comes back, and the fish is not contaminated, the fisherman is paid about seven days later. Before the spill, fishermen were paid when they brought in the fish.

The visitor then volunteered the information that "The poque plants were also required to start getting a lab report on the poque catch."

I didn't understand what is a poque (pronounced po-key) and asked for an explanation.

According to the visitor from the Gulf Coast:

Poque fish are fish which are not edible and the poque boats go out once a week and bring in a catch to the processing plant so they can be finished by Friday. The fish are processed for oils used in perfumes and cosmetics and the remainder is processed for feed, like dog food. These inedible fishes have a bad smell which is offensive to tourists and the processors try and get the smell out before the weekend.
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This is for the young man or woman askng
abought the 12th a couple of hundred pages, If you are sill following this thred, I couldn't go back to the place where for 15 years on a nightly basis I was abducted, I was blessed in telling the truth when I left so tx., I was offered a 3000.00 a week job (bring home) workig on specisl project in Dallas Tx, When I get back I will try again.
There is so many things I could speak but noone would believe, Maybe one day
I'm gonna mention one though
Through the keys in the Book I have called UFOs down on seversl occasions, I mean right in front of me,
Reasearch a man called Prophet Yahweh he inspired me to try
I've proved it and so can you.
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Orca docks in Port-of-Spain
Thursday, August 12 2010

The CMA CGM Orca, one of the world’s most technologically advanced container ships named after the ‘wolf of the sea’, made its maiden call on Port-of-Spain last week.

The Orca stood majestically at the Port of Port-of-Spain in all its blue radiance, as Port workers disembarked 350 twenty-foot containers, which travelled from the Far East to TT.

The Orca, when stacked high with containers, can rival the high of the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel, but that is not the most impressive fact.

The vessel, one of the longest containership able to cross the Panama Canal, stretches the length of three football fields (964 feet)!

It is 105 feet wide and weighs 54,000 tonnes with a maximum speed of 25.1 knots.

The vessel lives up to its namesake; the killer whale — the killers and predators of the ocean, as its intimidating and dignified appearance makes it a force to be reckoned with on the ocean as well as in the shipping industry.
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Why is this ship important?
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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



Give us a hint?


the covert war has long outstretched the boundaries of mutual understanding

the most evident sign of intent (most pertinent on this thread) is the chineese diplomatic pouches most probably announcing the breaking of prior agreements

my above post on putin's announcing the backstabbing of nato is another (remember ria was and still is the mouthpiece of the restructured kgb

china will side with russia it is only natural and this is the nature that nato fears the most (this is geopolitics 101)

the empire of 700 bases in 120 countries is stretched too thin with the bear and dragon knowing this, the strike will be lighting fast and globally visible

citizens of the world will be AMAZED without comprehension by the type of weapons used

the cat will finally by out the bag for those who trained to read the signs (Nikola will turn in his grave)
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+1 my Greek friend
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Orca docks in Port-of-Spain
Thursday, August 12 2010

The CMA CGM Orca, one of the world’s most technologically advanced container ships named after the ‘wolf of the sea’, made its maiden call on Port-of-Spain last week.

The Orca stood majestically at the Port of Port-of-Spain in all its blue radiance, as Port workers disembarked 350 twenty-foot containers, which travelled from the Far East to TT.

The Orca, when stacked high with containers, can rival the high of the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel, but that is not the most impressive fact.

The vessel, one of the longest containership able to cross the Panama Canal, stretches the length of three football fields (964 feet)!

It is 105 feet wide and weighs 54,000 tonnes with a maximum speed of 25.1 knots.

The vessel lives up to its namesake; the killer whale — the killers and predators of the ocean, as its intimidating and dignified appearance makes it a force to be reckoned with on the ocean as well as in the shipping industry.

Why is this ship important?
 Quoting: clemmens14


Everything in OP's messages in vetted from all sorts of angles.
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Orca docks in Port-of-Spain
Thursday, August 12 2010

The CMA CGM Orca, one of the world’s most technologically advanced container ships named after the ‘wolf of the sea’, made its maiden call on Port-of-Spain last week.

The Orca stood majestically at the Port of Port-of-Spain in all its blue radiance, as Port workers disembarked 350 twenty-foot containers, which travelled from the Far East to TT.

The Orca, when stacked high with containers, can rival the high of the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel, but that is not the most impressive fact.

The vessel, one of the longest containership able to cross the Panama Canal, stretches the length of three football fields (964 feet)!

It is 105 feet wide and weighs 54,000 tonnes with a maximum speed of 25.1 knots.

The vessel lives up to its namesake; the killer whale — the killers and predators of the ocean, as its intimidating and dignified appearance makes it a force to be reckoned with on the ocean as well as in the shipping industry.

Why is this ship important?


Everything in OP's messages in vetted from all sorts of angles. It's posted for all to consider. We got your Analysis Blender right here!
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 940739


Fat finger alert - IS vetted
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Ty Greece. Sorry now I did not pay more attention when I was reading at the time. I also notice a few discrepancies as to posts. I keep seeing oddities but I put it down to age.
I am now sad to say getting to believe the OP. I suppose like a lot here we would like not to believe this as it made one hell of a conspiracy debate.
I would be the first to say I learned a lot in this post more than I have in any other thread. I would also be the first to say sorry if I seemed to tweak a few ears. It may seem as if I were curt at some times but that was not my intention. I simply have a way of not liking when I seem to think people are judicious with the truth.
I have said before and I will say it again. This GOM attack which is just part of a war which has been in progress for some time now is going to envelope us all in double quick time. This war which is about to consume humanity is not about financial wealth, it is not the control of the worlds resources. It is quite simply evil.
As I said before I have noticed I have been a thread killer with some of my thoughts, and I was for a long time reluctant to post. When I did post it was out of interest in other peoples thinking, or if I found something relevant.
I think some previous poster made reference to a higher intelligence. Well I would also as I have to make the same reference and hope my honesty pays the required dividends.
A final thought from an old loon.
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I thought you voiced your opinions clearly and not in a harsh way. I also totally agree with your last line.
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Orca docks in Port-of-Spain
Thursday, August 12 2010

The CMA CGM Orca, one of the world’s most technologically advanced container ships named after the ‘wolf of the sea’, made its maiden call on Port-of-Spain last week.

The Orca stood majestically at the Port of Port-of-Spain in all its blue radiance, as Port workers disembarked 350 twenty-foot containers, which travelled from the Far East to TT.

The Orca, when stacked high with containers, can rival the high of the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel, but that is not the most impressive fact.

The vessel, one of the longest containership able to cross the Panama Canal, stretches the length of three football fields (964 feet)!

It is 105 feet wide and weighs 54,000 tonnes with a maximum speed of 25.1 knots.

The vessel lives up to its namesake; the killer whale — the killers and predators of the ocean, as its intimidating and dignified appearance makes it a force to be reckoned with on the ocean as well as in the shipping industry.

Why is this ship important?


Everything in OP's messages in vetted from all sorts of angles.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 940739

I know. I read this post everyday. I am just wondering what makes this ship important? More so, I am wondering why China would engage this ship? That's not a crazy or ridiculous question I don't think. What is this ships relevance to anything other than OP using the word Orca also?
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Orca docks in Port-of-Spain
Thursday, August 12 2010

The CMA CGM Orca, one of the world’s most technologically advanced container ships named after the ‘wolf of the sea’, made its maiden call on Port-of-Spain last week.

The Orca stood majestically at the Port of Port-of-Spain in all its blue radiance, as Port workers disembarked 350 twenty-foot containers, which travelled from the Far East to TT.

The Orca, when stacked high with containers, can rival the high of the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel, but that is not the most impressive fact.

The vessel, one of the longest containership able to cross the Panama Canal, stretches the length of three football fields (964 feet)!

It is 105 feet wide and weighs 54,000 tonnes with a maximum speed of 25.1 knots.

The vessel lives up to its namesake; the killer whale — the killers and predators of the ocean, as its intimidating and dignified appearance makes it a force to be reckoned with on the ocean as well as in the shipping industry.

Why is this ship important?


Everything in OP's messages in vetted from all sorts of angles.

I know. I read this post everyday. I am just wondering what makes this ship important? More so, I am wondering why China would engage this ship? That's not a crazy or ridiculous question I don't think. What is this ships relevance to anything other than OP using the word Orca also?
 Quoting: clemmens14

Yes it is a valid question. The reason i put forth this article is because of my belief that what ever has been discovered in the GOM might need to be delivered in such mass quantity that a freighter would be needed. I also believe that particular countries will not allow this freighter to deliver its evil goods. It is just my opinion, my mind at work, i have no proof or anything else beyond a guiding drive to find the truth.
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Is it or was it just me....that "EJ" was spamming the thread? I had not tracked this thread all weekend, and noticed today there were around 10 new pages. I'm guestimating but if you were to add up all of EJ's postings wouldn't that account for about 5 pages.

I dont even know what he/she said because I couldn't bear to read it anymore

Can anyone give me a synopis as for some reason I think "EJ's" presence here has a deeper meaning yoda
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smart dude - knows the science behind what's going on
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Yes it is a valid question. The reason i put forth this article is because of my belief that what ever has been discovered in the GOM might need to be delivered in such mass quantity that a freighter would be needed. I also believe that particular countries will not allow this freighter to deliver its evil goods. It is just my opinion, my mind at work, i have no proof or anything else beyond a guiding drive to find the truth.
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That's reasonable. However, why would China give a deadline over one container ship(granted the biggest one there is) when all the other party would have to do is switch the cargo to other ships? IMHO, China is giving a deadline to the US and Britian. "Either you blow that sea floor in on itself to stop the oil, or in Oct we will. Also, try to stop us if you want, but we are bringing the payload on the greatest warship the world have ever seen and we have the power to crash your economy and currency."

That's one hell of an ultimatum.
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Thank you. For some reason I cannot go a day without checking this thread. Also, thank you for the blind faith in me, it's more than I deserve but is much appreciated.


The ORCA being 'a' transport ship makes the most sense to me. My memory might be failing me at the moment but ORCA has been used has a very mobile term. I know there has been much speculation that it is indeed a ship, but the ship doing the collection does make a lot of sense. The distinction I am trying to make is that 'any' ship is in the GOM right now. ORCA, however seems to be in the 4 theaters at different times. We have not been told that directly by OP, but many have speculated at times whether he was referring to the GOM or one of the other theaters.
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Yes it is a valid question. The reason i put forth this article is because of my belief that what ever has been discovered in the GOM might need to be delivered in such mass quantity that a freighter would be needed. I also believe that particular countries will not allow this freighter to deliver its evil goods. It is just my opinion, my mind at work, i have no proof or anything else beyond a guiding drive to find the truth.

That's reasonable. However, why would China give a deadline over one container ship(granted the biggest one there is) when all the other party would have to do is switch the cargo to other ships? IMHO, China is giving a deadline to the US and Britian. "Either you blow that sea floor in on itself to stop the oil, or in Oct we will. Also, try to stop us if you want, but we are bringing the payload on the greatest warship the world have ever seen and we have the power to crash your economy and currency."

That's one hell of an ultimatum.
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I like the fact that we are starting to offer up our oppinions and thought of what the OP is trying to relay to us. It seems we were either getting to caught up in the whole code thing or we were to afraid to post what we were really thinking was going on. Thanks for your ideas clemmens, its very reasonable.
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Not connected to this thread, but it is very revealing about what to expect in the near future regarding controlled currency and financial collapses:

US Postal Services post webpage displaying US Dollar (USD) to Special Drawing Rights (SDR) currency conversion

Thread: US Postal Services post webpage displaying US Dollar (USD) to Special Drawing Rights (SDR) currency conversion

As one poster says:

"sdr's have been use as currency for quite sometime and the federal reserve has recognized it legitimate currency for years..... BUT, the move in Aug of 2009 to make the SDR convertible was a historic event and essentially made the IMF a centralized bank. It also gives the IMF an advantage in controlling currency markets.

Of course, this event took place with nearly zero coverage. In fact, to this day nearly 99.9% of the "financial professionals" I work with had no idea this took place and have no idea what the implications of that move could mean for the future."


Russia and China both want the SDR to replace the USD.

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Is it possible the "Orca" is the sea floor or the huge deposit of oil underneath? Previous poster said Orca could be translated to "land of the dead". If one considered all oil a fossil fuel, that would cetainly make an oil deposit the land of the dead, would it not?

Also, is it possible that the drilling that is going on is actually an attempt to give the "intelligent oil" and gas another avenue to be released into the gulf and other countries are trying to stop it by cutting power to the drills? Also, is it possible that this chinese vessel is going to go in and possibly attack the "Orca" (sea floor) with massive weapons to collapse the seafloor and stop the oil gusher once and for all?

I might be way off. LOL However, "intelligent oil", even with all of your well thought out ideas on what it could be, might it actually be intelligent because it is finding its way into the ocean by finding fissures and cracks in the sea floor that allow it to escape? The drilling is to open up new avenues for more oil to gush(which other countries realize would severly damage the entire planet) and the viscosity of the water might be the percentage of methane in the water that would hamper a ship or subs ability to operate in those waters without sinking?

Most posters on here are much better thinkers than me. So, there may be no chance of what I am thinking being possible. Just throwing this out there.
 Quoting: clemmens14

Hi clemmens14. Welcome and thanks for your input. Different opinions help us to formulate a better understating of what is probably true.

For what it is worth, this is what I think. (Sorry my little laptop doesn't have the degree symbol.)

You can find Orca at these coordinates:
26* 53'5.66" N 91* 21'10.05" W

It is too far from the "spill" site to use for blowing it up to cover the crevice, it would seem more logical to go for the MS Valley that travels from the top of the rim and fans out below the "spill" site. The is an area with three semi-circular formations one of which I think look similar to a crescent moon that would be closer by far than Orca. And, they too may be to far away for that purpose.

The OP previously referred to difficulties due to the intelligent oil. If you look on google earth, you can see many wells spraying a near clear to almost white looking spray which is what I believe to be the columns. The spray/columns I believe disperse a fibrous material that seems to adhere to surfaces and build in thickness.

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Here's one to make you sit up and howl.

What if the A Whale really is a ORCA?

Think about this. How the hell do they get those damn drilling capsules into the right area of the ocean without anyone knowing they did it?

Use a really big ship, say it is doing something like skimming for oil, (which I kept wondering about, since it was designed so poorly to do that) but you really are bringing and dropping those drilling capsules. The capsules are not small.


Now I know why the A whale always acted funny as hell to me. It had a different mission.

A mission that would want somebody to take it out and sink it. I said it could hold something big inside and hide it. Several something bigs!!!!

That has got to be it. It explains the entire problem with the A Whale.
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