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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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Krispy is great even if OP's revelations are mostly fiction her work makes it worth the ride.
Nexus i'm sure, finds this all very interesting but it wont hurt his magazine sales either.
If Krispy is not affiliated with Nexus magazine she should be, they seem to work very well together.

All the rest of us just want to know the truth as this Rig disastser makes no sense & stinks of corruption.

By the time the mainstream news catches up with any of this it will all be too late we could all be at war or polluted into an ice age.

Things need to change in the world if a site like this is the only way of breaking news this important, that is why I cant quite believe this story.
This website has zero credibility & is a laughing stock to anyone that hasn't become entrapped in its mind altering format & addicted to it's doom.
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plausible deny ability
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Regarding the 'BUZZER' UVB 76.

I found the following post at another 'alternative' site. It is probably the best explanation that I have seen to date.


Posted 16 June 2010 - 05:18 AM

I spent some time reading a Russian website that HAM radio operators use. They discussed UVB-76 back in 2004. Apparently, what it is, is that the station is located in a building outside Moscow. This building relays orders via morse code telegraph lines to the various enlistment offices of the military. The radio station just does the Buzz noise over and over. It doesn't broadcast anything except the buzz. Why? Well, if you are sitting in the duty room of one of the Russian enlistment offices, you wait for the morse code to come in from the telegraph. When it comes in, you give it to the duty officer, and he looks at a one-time-pad card to find his instructions, etc. But what would happen if the telegraph line was cut or power was lost from the building to the line? The guy receiving the message wouldn't know about it unless he tested the line or looked to see if it was receiving power. He might not notice for hours and miss important instructions. Especially important when you think of when it was built (At least the 70's) and the risk of nuclear attack. So the Russians use a circuit that when power is dropped on the telegraph, the radio comes on, and the officer hears the buzz (It's like an alarm). And they are expected to press a button and listen for orders from the radio, rather than the telegraph.

Likely there were only a few times in history where it was necessary to issue orders over a dead telegraph line. They don't need to test voice communication because the buzzer provides that. (It's a buzzer playing over an open-mic. So they know the mic works, etc just by listening to the buzzer.)

You might wonder why they wouldn't use a telephone instead of morse code. Probably because it's a very simple system to deliver orders even when under nuclear attack. Even if the building was wrecked, someone could use remote power and a telegraph to deliver orders to all of the enlistment offices (If they had the keys to the pads).
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Krispy is great even if OP's revelations are mostly fiction her work makes it worth the ride.
Nexus i'm sure, finds this all very interesting but it wont hurt his magazine sales either.
If Krispy is not affiliated with Nexus magazine she should be, they seem to work very well together.

All the rest of us just want to know the truth as this Rig disastser makes no sense & stinks of corruption.

By the time the mainstream news catches up with any of this it will all be too late we could all be at war or polluted into an ice age.

Things need to change in the world if a site like this is the only way of breaking news this important, that is why I cant quite believe this story.
This website has zero credibility & is a laughing stock to anyone that hasn't become entrapped in its mind altering format & addicted to it's doom.

Things are changing in the world...more and more people are waking up all over the world, and like all the other processes going on, this awakening will also go exponential.
Centuries of negativity are being brought to the surface for cleansing. TPTB are very suprised and anxious that this transformation is succeeding despite their best efforts to the contrary. It is easy to get disillusioned with all the negative info on the net, but I think threads like this are invaluable for connecting dots and bringing together such a talented group of people each with their own expert knowledge, to shine light in dark places...PTB hate that.
I'm inclined to give OP the benefit of the doubt, I feel he is sincere, and in the event he is not...wouldn't he then be the real loser?
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Regarding the 'BUZZER' UVB 76.

I found the following post at another 'alternative' site. It is probably the best explanation that I have seen to date.

snip
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thnx 4 the clarification
always wondered what the deal was but figured it was a system designed in another era (buzzer over an open mike)
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.
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Visual aid.

[link to www.theoildrum.com]
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.
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Yes I saw that. Certainly no broken pipe and initially nothing,just brownish on the surface inside the top in one light white in the other, very quiet. When I saw a tiny belch from the inside of the riser,[ which happened after a few minutes of the BOP's removal], they CUT THE FEED DEAD!!!!!!!!
Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds .
Albert Einstein.
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.
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a few more nutz & boltz from an expert in the field:

[link to www.globalresearch.ca]
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A good view now and some bubbles coming out. Haze above.
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Ok, is this HC flow?

Link to live feed over wellhead pipe: [link to mfile.akamai.com]
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Starting to leak!
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Albert Einstein.
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.
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all the images are fake.
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.

all the images are fake.
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filmed in a deep pool with black polystyrene balls on the surface (jc used that technique to film the abyss)
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.

all the images are fake.
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Maybe... but then give us the link to the real ones.

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no bolts to unscrew? you pull at the bop and it lifts?
this is really cheap plumbing
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no bolts to unscrew? you pull at the bop and it lifts?
this is really cheap plumbing
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lol
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This is why I get my info from TOD.com and not this roleplaying thread for Euro-kids who like submarines.
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.

all the images are fake.


Maybe... but then give us the link to the real ones.

bsflag
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God gave me a brain and eyes, so I'm so greatfull.
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sorry, cannot resist. the whole world has seen the bolts between 2 risersections. those bolts served a purpose, yes to hold those pieces together (pressure).
and now acadabadra hopla, without unscrewing 1 bolt,
Houston we have a take off !!!
I'm so glad with my eyes and my brain.
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I got my reply from UoMiami about cstars, so you can add it to the list:

Dear xoxo, thank you for your email. The monitoring of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico at CSTARS was a government funded project that ended on August 18. Please, let me know if you have other questions, or if I may be of further help.

Best regards,

Marie

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From: xoxo
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 10:33 AM
To: Guma, Marie Oiligriv
Subject: Radar Satellite images?

Dear Marie Guma-Diaz,

Thank you for taking the time today to talk with me about cstars and its role in presenting radar satellite images to the public on the Deep Water Horizon event.

I am putting together a freelance article for a local publication, xoxo News and Review, and I was interested why cstars has stopped publishing images online since 18 Aug 2010.

I have found that NOAA/NESDIS is no longer using radar satellite images to track surface oil in the GOM, and I was wondering if their decision is effecting your research:

[link to nosdataexplorer.noaa.gov]

As I mentioned in our conversation, it would be helpful for my article if there was an official explanation placed on your site.

Thanks again,
Sincerely,
xoxo
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I got my reply from UoMiami about cstars, so you can add it to the list:

Dear xoxo, thank you for your email. The monitoring of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico at CSTARS was a government funded project that ended on August 18. Please, let me know if you have other questions, or if I may be of further help.

Best regards,

Marie

Marie Guma-Diaz
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From: xoxo
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 10:33 AM
To: Guma, Marie Oiligriv
Subject: Radar Satellite images?

Dear Marie Guma-Diaz,

Thank you for taking the time today to talk with me about cstars and its role in presenting radar satellite images to the public on the Deep Water Horizon event.

I am putting together a freelance article for a local publication, xoxo News and Review, and I was interested why cstars has stopped publishing images online since 18 Aug 2010.

I have found that NOAA/NESDIS is no longer using radar satellite images to track surface oil in the GOM, and I was wondering if their decision is effecting your research:

[link to nosdataexplorer.noaa.gov]

As I mentioned in our conversation, it would be helpful for my article if there was an official explanation placed on your site.

Thanks again,
Sincerely,
xoxo
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Way ahead of you HEX@TOD.com

Thread: OFFICIAL cstars.miami.edu Response on GOM Surface Oil Image Blackout Since 8/18--From TOD.com
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no bolts to unscrew? you pull at the bop and it lifts?
this is really cheap plumbing

lol
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Modern hydraulic pipe connection fittings utilize 'quick release' spring loaded ball bearing friction couplings.

Not torque loaded bolts.

Can you imagine a claw grip ROV fucking around with a couple of spanners? In a mile deep body of water?
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Pass me the 1/2 inch matey.......


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A Collogue asked me to post this link today on the BEZERK thread at Godlike Productions.
I Found a few BEZERK threads in search. I Assume it was meant for this thread.

Thread: <<< ALERT! >>> My Observations and sources indicate another Major Event to occur on or near 26 June 2010 TIME PLOT TO PORT OR DIE

19 April and onwards:

- NASA experiences problems with Voyager 2
- The X-51A Waverider is launched {what "wave" is it supposed to "ride"}
- Horizon DEEP explodes on the day X- 51A is launched
- Solar flare erupts
- NASA spots "artificial object" in space
- The earths frequency increases by the biggest jump since technology was able to record it
- Volcanic ash and threats of eruptions to effect Europe
- Eurozone Meltdown
- Obama says:" TOP Scientist from around the World are investigating this problem(oil spill) and studying solutions and contingency plans" {this reminds me of Morgan Freemon's words in that movie DEEP Impact it think it was}
- TOP kill to be tried THREE times
- Korea Distraction
- Large scale mobilization and deployment begins for National Guard Units.
- Rumors of DEFCON 2 alert level
- oh, and before I forget The Year is 2010
- My observations and sources indicate a another Major Event is to occur on or near 26 June 2010

TOP aka Time-Out Protocols x 3
DEEP aka Delivered Extinction-Event Protocols
X-51A aka Area 51
 Quoting: cobalt is blue 1087015



*- NASA experiences problems with Voyager 2

[link to www.nasa.gov]
snip:
...The first changes in the return of data packets from Voyager 2, which is near the edge of our solar system, appeared on April 22. Mission team members have been working to troubleshoot and resume the regular flow of science data. Because of a planned roll maneuver and moratorium on sending commands, engineers got their first chance to send commands to the spacecraft on April 30. It takes nearly 13 hours for signals to reach the spacecraft and nearly 13 hours for signals to come down to NASA's Deep Space Network on Earth.

Have aliens hijacked Voyager 2 spacecraft
IT left Earth 33 years ago, now it's claimed the Voyager 2 spacecraft may have been hijacked by aliens after sending back data messages NASA scientists can't decode.
NASA installed a 12-inch disk containing music and greetings in 55 languages in case intelligent extraterrestrial life ever found it.
But now the spacecraft is sending back what sounds like an answer: Signals in an unknown data format!
The best scientific minds have so far not been able to decipher the strange information – is it a secret message?
Alien expert Hartwig Hausdorf said:"It seems almost as if someone had reprogrammed or hijacked the probe – thus perhaps we do not yet know the whole truth"
(Read more in Bild)


*- The X-51A Waverider is launched {what "wave" is it supposed to "ride"}

X-51 Waverider makes historic hypersonic flight
[link to www.af.mil]
snips:
...The flight is considered the first use of a practical hydrocarbon fueled scramjet in flight.
...We equate this leap in engine technology as equivalent to the post-World War II jump from propeller-driven aircraft to jet engines."
...Mr. Brink said he believes the X-51A program will provide knowledge required to develop the game changing technologies needed for future access to space and hypersonic weapon applications

Linked to :
Radical hypersonic glider vanishes above Pacific
[link to www.theregister.co.uk]
snip:
...Pentagon crazytech agency DARPA also has aspirations to use technologies from the HTV programme in airbreathing scramjet missiles or even re-usable manned aircraft. The parallel X-51 WaveRider scramjet project, intended to deliver hypersonic jet engines able to run on normal-ish hydrocrabon fuel rather than troublesome hydrogen, has been delayed into this year.
However some engineers involved with it think that the X-51 engine may - in addition to working at hypersonic speeds - be able to light up while still merely supersonic. This would open the door to future runway aircraft, which would operate subsonic and supersonic using ordinary turbojets and hypersonically on scramjets. The turbojets might form part of the scramjets, as in the case of the legendary SR-71 "Blackbird" turbo/ramjet spyplane of Cold War fame.
For now, though, last week's disappearance of the HTV-2 above the Pacific would seem to indicate that DARPA's hypersonics engineers may have pushed the envelope a little too hard in their quest for improved performance.


*- Horizon DEEP explodes on the day X- 51A is launched
Official dates :
DWH : On April 20, 2010 a Transocean oil rig (Deep Water Horizon) leased by BP (British Petroleum) exploded killing eleven ...
X-51A : This was confiusing coz the official flight was the 27th ...

Only the dates of DWH explosion on the 20th of April and the launch of the X-51A on May 26, 2010 are NOT MATCHING ... ????
I think it has to do with the "official" launch and the REAL launch ... BESIDES I think it was linked with that HOLE in the HELI platform of the rig !!!!
Many people thought it was fired at from OUT OF SPACE/sattelite orbit range ....




*- Solar flare erupts

Huge solar eruption caught by SDO!
[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]
snip:
On April 19, 2010, NASA’s newly-launched Solar Dynamics Observatory caught a massive eruption on the Sun, called a prominence, as it blasted millions of tons of 60,000 K (100,000° F) gas off the surface of the Sun. Check out this amazing footage as the material blows upward, then rains back down onto the Sun’s surface.
(with video)

Spaceweather link : [link to spaceweather.com]


*- NASA spots "artificial object" in space

Approaching space object 'artificial, not asteroid' says NASA
[link to www.theregister.co.uk]
(with illustration of trajectory)
snip:
...According to the NASA experts:
Observations by astronomer S J Bus, using the NASA-sponsored Infrared Telescope Facility in Mauna Kea, Hawaii, indicate that 2010 KQ's spectral characteristics do not match any of the known asteroid types, and the object's absolute magnitude (28.9) suggests it is only a few meters in size.
The mysterious artificial object has apparently made a close pass by the Earth, coming in almost to the distance of the Moon's orbit, and is now headed away again into the interplanetary void. The object has used no propulsion during the time NASA has had it under observation. However the spacewatch boffins believe that it must have moved under its own power at some point, given its position and velocity.


*- The earths frequency increases by the biggest jump since technology was able to record it

???

*- Volcanic ash and threats of eruptions to effect Europe

2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull, and the threat of KATLA erupting
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
snip:
...Beginning on 14 April 2010, the eruption entered a second phase and created an ash cloud that led to the closure of most of Europe's IFR airspace from 15 until 20 April 2010. Consequently, a very high proportion of flights within, to, and from Europe were cancelled, creating the highest level of air travel disruption since the Second World War.
...By 21 May 2010, the second eruption phase had subsided to the point that no further lava or ash was being produced.
By the morning of 24 May 2010, the view from the web camera installed on Þórólfsfell showed only a plume of water vapour surrounded by a blueish haze caused by the emission of sulphurous gases.
Due to the large quantities of dry volcanic ash lying on the ground, surface winds frequently lifted up an "ash mist" that significantly reduced visibility and made web camera observation of the volcano impossible.[3]
By the evening of 6 June 2010, a small, new crater had opened up on the west side of the main crater from which explosive activity was observed with the emission of small quantities of ash.[4]
...On 20 April 2010 Icelandic President Ólafur Grímsson said that, "the time for Katla to erupt is coming close ... we [Iceland] have prepared ... it is high time for European governments and airline authorities all over the world to start planning for the eventual Katla eruption".[8]


*- Eurozone Meltdown

Eurozone Meltdown: "This Could Be the Last Weekend of the Common Currency"
[link to www.larouchepac.com]
snip:
...The death rattle of the Eurozone financial system continued to play itself out in full public view over the weekend.


*- Obama says:" TOP Scientist from around the World are investigating this problem(oil spill) and studying solutions and contingency plans" {this reminds me of Morgan Freemon's words in that movie DEEP Impact it think it was}

This has been already discused in here ...


*- TOP kill to be tried THREE times
...They publicly said they tried three times but from observations of the archived footage, it looks like they tried at least five times.
Read more: [link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

...BP shifts strategy to cap Gulf spill - Disaster in the Gulf ... -
30 May 2010 ... "We don't have time to wait while they try solutions. ... so after three full days of attempting top kill, we have been unable to overcome ...
www.msnbc.msn.com/id/37413783/


*- Korea Distraction

Many distractions have according to this point have been posted in this thread

...Sinking of ship provides welcome distraction for North Korea
...US Orders Blackout Over North Korean Torpedoing Of Gulf Of Mexico Oil Rig


*- Large scale mobilization and deployment begins for National Guard Units.

Many links to that : [link to www.google.nl]


*- Rumors of DEFCON 2 alert level

US Army moves to Defcon 2 Over Korea Tensions
[link to beforeitsnews.com]
snip:
...Heightened tensions in the aftermath of North Korea’s successful underground testing of a nuclear bomb Monday have prompted the US Army to move its alertness level to DEFCON 2,sources report.

S.Korean, U.S. Forces Raise Alert , May 27, 2010
snip:
...South Korean and U.S. forces have raised by one notch the level of military alert against possible aggression from North Korea.
[link to english.chosun.com]

*- oh, and before I forget The Year is 2010

2010: The Year We Make Contact, although the subtitle does not appear in the film itself. 2010 is a sequel to the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey, and is based on Arthur C. Clarke's novel 2010: Odyssey Two, a literary sequel to the film.

- My observations and sources indicate a another Major Event is to occur on or near 26 June 2010
posting of OP's information, The beginning of telling the world tha truth !



*TOP aka Time-Out Protocols x 3
The posting says : 'TOP kill to be tried THREE times'
then :'TOP aka Time-Out Protocols x 3'

I know there were 3 attempts to seal the leak, Top-kill + junk shot + last one (dont know the name) it was capped.
Innitial it took them/BP 3 days working on the top-kill wich failed ... But this is not the information after !

Time-Out Protocols kill to be tried THREE times'

3 times a TIME OUT for what ??? FROM what ?
To stall time ?? Fror what ?

Or "time out-kill" in an other context ???? ... hmmm

This maybe:
NASA and the military have heeps of protocols regarding communication with extra-terrestials, mining and exploration protocols, planetary protection, etc ...
(i know you gonna think I am mad ... but hey , keeping options open ;) ... )



*DEEP aka Delivered Extinction-Event Protocols
An extinction event:
An extinction event (also known as: mass extinction; extinction-level event, ELE, or biotic crisis) is a sharp decrease in the diversity and abundance of macroscopic life.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Is the B3-CARGO-AUrganisme-premodial lifeform DELIVERED ?
A possible extinction event ? Or a "delivered PROTOCOL" to prevent extinction ???? (recent or ancient)

Interresting post by Nexus ... related ??? ... :
9/2/2010, 5:16 AM, pag 507

-snip-

What intrigues me a bit, is how the Russians knew to expect the organism to likely appear in the GoM. Did they have access to other factions' intelligence traffic? Do they have knowledge of what triggers its appearance? Or both?
There was one post where the Russians requested French asset assistance with "inbound tracking" which was going to result in possible splash zones. I confess to speculating for a moment that maybe the organism was being "fired" at the Earth from above by someone or something.

who knows ...
 Quoting: nexuseditor



* X-51A aka Area 51
Obvious that technology commes from area51 ...lol...
which is mostly to be believed also Alien or reversed alien-technology ...



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thanks krispy. love your work.
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thanx krispy
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Regarding the 'BUZZER' UVB 76.

I found the following post at another 'alternative' site. It is probably the best explanation that I have seen to date.

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thnx 4 the clarification
always wondered what the deal was but figured it was a system designed in another era (buzzer over an open mike)
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Hit the nail on the head there in my opinion.
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YW AC516 Australia and Dhlos.

Goodnight all xx
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
BIG EQ JUST NOW IN NEW ZEALAND 7.4

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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thanks for that

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