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Did anybody else find out that krempp is a common German surname?

I had no idea!I had thought it was something to do with Premier Putin and the KREMlin!!!!!!
Russia's Putin hints at possible return to Kremlin in 2012
Aug 29, 2010  In this Monday, Aug. 30, 2010 photo Russian Premier Vladimir Putin puts his. People fill their cars at a Yukos gas 
www.daylife.com/../06t61e36Kf9dU - Options



Interesting. However given the context in which KremPP is used, and the spelling (not that OP's capitals are that reliable maybe, lol) it seems more to me that it is a person representing the Kremlin, who is either aboard the PP (Pourquoi Pas), or is relaying messages through the PP from Russia.



NexEd, fwiw I'm not believing anything you put on this thread.
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I did not make the connection because of the way it is capitalized.
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Another one of the weird things in life. We talked about intelligent oil, but what about oil that just seems to act intelligently?


[link to www.newscientist.com]


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Thank you all....I apologize for getting behind Krispy...I should have had my resume posted first...but....I lost a bunch of pages with a blue screen session, and had to do them over...thanx again...
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I seem to remember discussing and finding how the oil can change the ph of the sea water, and that corexit changes it yet again.

The gulf must be real crazy with ph changes over last few months.

Just food for thought.
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SLIGHTLY OFF-TOPIC WARNING!!

BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU CLICK ON LINKS. I JUST SPENT MOST OF THE DAY CLEANING OUT A NASTY TROJAN
(NOT THE RUBBER KIND)
I ended up going to backup files from yesterday (WIN XP Professional) and losing a lot of stuff.
Sometimes I feel like doing a backtrace and sending them something that will eat holes in their hard drive!
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Another one of the weird things in life. We talked about intelligent oil, but what about oil that just seems to act intelligently?


[link to www.newscientist.com]


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thanks , very relevant.
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I seem to remember discussing and finding how the oil can change the ph of the sea water, and that corexit changes it yet again.

The gulf must be real crazy with ph changes over last few months.

Just food for thought.
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and when the PH changes, it affects every living thing
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Some of you on this thread may have an interest in another glp thread about the Wheel of Fortune show last night:

"LATER one of the other puzzles was solved by "Karen" and the answer was:

"PROFESSIONAL TRANSLATORS"..then Pat made some comment after she solved it that had nothing to do with anything nd looked at the camera and said something along the lines of "It's a good thing the feds are cracking down on those AMATURE TRANSLATORS out there!" and I got chills down my spine."

Thread: BIZARRE; NEED DEBUNKING; ASAP! Please tell me someone watched Wheel of Fortune on (09/03/2010) at 6:30pm or can find it online.


I don't have a teevee and it's hard for me to understand the explanation of the show. Is it possible that the characters on the show are referring to the BEZERK thread on glp?
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strange account...I'd have to see that particular show before I could say
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SLIGHTLY OFF-TOPIC WARNING!!

BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU CLICK ON LINKS. I JUST SPENT MOST OF THE DAY CLEANING OUT A NASTY TROJAN
(NOT THE RUBBER KIND)
I ended up going to backup files from yesterday (WIN XP Professional) and losing a lot of stuff.
Sometimes I feel like doing a backtrace and sending them something that will eat holes in their hard drive!
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any clue what link gave it to you?? I noticed when I did that resume..that some of the links I expected would work at all times, did not...
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Wasn't someone requesting information on Corexit?

This thread is titled Material Safty Data Sheet...

Thread: Material Safety Data Sheet COREXIT® 9500
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Here I go again, linking up some more unrelated data into a idea.

Ok, oil can act and travel in a odd way if the ph changes in it's environment. I think that is shown in the laboratory experiment. I know we have nothing to show that it could be scaled up to something like the GOM or even a swimming pool, but it is tantalizing info, nonetheless.

Now, take the concept that the OP has given. us about the calibrators. With nothing more than scantinfo about them, I will go out on a limb and theorize that they are electonic devices of some sort to make a frequency change or hold a frequency of some sort of radio, magnetic, or acoustic system on board the submarine or surface vessel. Even though it has not been proven yet, we have discussed this at length before and that seemed to be a high probability.

If the device can be installed quickly, and in the field, it seems that it probably is a add on to a existing system.

Because of the following info that I just discovered, i think that it is a calibrator to set a electromagnetic frequency either in the electrostatic anti-fouling systems or just in the radio communication gear and anntennae on board.

I have just found out about physical conditioning of hard water. The ocean is undoubtable some of the hardest water you can find.

If the oil is actively following ph changes in the sea water, you would need to change the ph, OR the ability of the acids in the water to interact with the oil.

So, I took a leap of faith, and did some searching.

Sure enough, I found that there are commercially viable and available systems for using magnetic fields and/or radio waves to cause the alkalyne materials in water to chrystalize, precipitate out of solution, and no longer be able to react well with acids in the water. This would cause oil that is moving based on ph changes to halt in it's tracks and probably retreat if the radio power was strong enough and applied long enough.

Here is a simplified explanation for the process that I found. There are several engineering papers available if you look them up.


[link to www.britishwater.co.uk]

..
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-Men in Black
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Bedtime now, Bush Gardens tomorrow!

G'nite all...
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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Good night Housedad.
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Bedtime now, Bush Gardens tomorrow!

G'nite all...
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VA or Fla? Let us know how you like it.
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Here I go again, linking up some more unrelated data into a idea.

Ok, oil can act and travel in a odd way if the ph changes in it's environment. I think that is shown in the laboratory experiment. I know we have nothing to show that it could be scaled up to something like the GOM or even a swimming pool, but it is tantalizing info, nonetheless.

Now, take the concept that the OP has given. us about the calibrators. With nothing more than scantinfo about them, I will go out on a limb and theorize that they are electonic devices of some sort to make a frequency change or hold a frequency of some sort of radio, magnetic, or acoustic system on board the submarine or surface vessel. Even though it has not been proven yet, we have discussed this at length before and that seemed to be a high probability.

If the device can be installed quickly, and in the field, it seems that it probably is a add on to a existing system.

Because of the following info that I just discovered, i think that it is a calibrator to set a electromagnetic frequency either in the electrostatic anti-fouling systems or just in the radio communication gear and anntennae on board.

I have just found out about physical conditioning of hard water. The ocean is undoubtable some of the hardest water you can find.

If the oil is actively following ph changes in the sea water, you would need to change the ph, OR the ability of the acids in the water to interact with the oil.

So, I took a leap of faith, and did some searching.

Sure enough, I found that there are commercially viable and available systems for using magnetic fields and/or radio waves to cause the alkalyne materials in water to chrystalize, precipitate out of solution, and no longer be able to react well with acids in the water. This would cause oil that is moving based on ph changes to halt in it's tracks and probably retreat if the radio power was strong enough and applied long enough.

Here is a simplified explanation for the process that I found. There are several engineering papers available if you look them up.


[link to www.britishwater.co.uk]

..
 Quoting: Housedad


Hmmmm - sonic drilling crystallizes it into "splash zones", calibrator de-crystalizes and causes oil to retreat?
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Good night Housedad...me too...g.night all.
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Some of you on this thread may have an interest in another glp thread about the Wheel of Fortune show last night:

"LATER one of the other puzzles was solved by "Karen" and the answer was:

"PROFESSIONAL TRANSLATORS"..then Pat made some comment after she solved it that had nothing to do with anything nd looked at the camera and said something along the lines of "It's a good thing the feds are cracking down on those AMATURE TRANSLATORS out there!" and I got chills down my spine."

Thread: BIZARRE; NEED DEBUNKING; ASAP! Please tell me someone watched Wheel of Fortune on (09/03/2010) at 6:30pm or can find it online.


I don't have a teevee and it's hard for me to understand the explanation of the show. Is it possible that the characters on the show are referring to the BEZERK thread on glp?
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Are you the OP of that thread??
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G'night
I think I'm going to hit it too. Been a bad day. tantrum kim crap
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Here I go again, linking up some more unrelated data into a idea.

Ok, oil can act and travel in a odd way if the ph changes in it's environment. I think that is shown in the laboratory experiment. I know we have nothing to show that it could be scaled up to something like the GOM or even a swimming pool, but it is tantalizing info, nonetheless.

Now, take the concept that the OP has given. us about the calibrators. With nothing more than scantinfo about them, I will go out on a limb and theorize that they are electonic devices of some sort to make a frequency change or hold a frequency of some sort of radio, magnetic, or acoustic system on board the submarine or surface vessel. Even though it has not been proven yet, we have discussed this at length before and that seemed to be a high probability.

If the device can be installed quickly, and in the field, it seems that it probably is a add on to a existing system.

Because of the following info that I just discovered, i think that it is a calibrator to set a electromagnetic frequency either in the electrostatic anti-fouling systems or just in the radio communication gear and anntennae on board.

I have just found out about physical conditioning of hard water. The ocean is undoubtable some of the hardest water you can find.

If the oil is actively following ph changes in the sea water, you would need to change the ph, OR the ability of the acids in the water to interact with the oil.

So, I took a leap of faith, and did some searching.

Sure enough, I found that there are commercially viable and available systems for using magnetic fields and/or radio waves to cause the alkalyne materials in water to chrystalize, precipitate out of solution, and no longer be able to react well with acids in the water. This would cause oil that is moving based on ph changes to halt in it's tracks and probably retreat if the radio power was strong enough and applied long enough.

Here is a simplified explanation for the process that I found. There are several engineering papers available if you look them up.


[link to www.britishwater.co.uk]

..
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Nice catch! that is a good theory of what is going on there. It may not be complete but I bet it's part of it. Way to connect the dots.

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Did anybody else find out that krempp is a common German surname?

I had no idea!I had thought it was something to do with Premier Putin and the KREMlin!!!!!!
Russia's Putin hints at possible return to Kremlin in 2012
Aug 29, 2010  In this Monday, Aug. 30, 2010 photo Russian Premier Vladimir Putin puts his. People fill their cars at a Yukos gas 
www.daylife.com/../06t61e36Kf9dU - Options



Interesting. However given the context in which KremPP is used, and the spelling (not that OP's capitals are that reliable maybe, lol) it seems more to me that it is a person representing the Kremlin, who is either aboard the PP (Pourquoi Pas), or is relaying messages through the PP from Russia.
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Nex that is what I had assumed all along. I know what is said about assuming but based on the information supplied and previous examples I think it's the most likely choice until more info comes to light to suggest otherwise.

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Seems there is some doubt about which Rig had the explosion and fire with Vermillion 380 and 398 being named. Also one report has it as producing well with 7 feeds and another as an inactive well?

Covered in this thread

Thread: Possible False Flag: Coverup In Vermilion Explosion, Platform 380 or 398?

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Here I go again, linking up some more unrelated data into a idea.

Ok, oil can act and travel in a odd way if the ph changes in it's environment. I think that is shown in the laboratory experiment. I know we have nothing to show that it could be scaled up to something like the GOM or even a swimming pool, but it is tantalizing info, nonetheless.

Now, take the concept that the OP has given. us about the calibrators. With nothing more than scantinfo about them, I will go out on a limb and theorize that they are electonic devices of some sort to make a frequency change or hold a frequency of some sort of radio, magnetic, or acoustic system on board the submarine or surface vessel. Even though it has not been proven yet, we have discussed this at length before and that seemed to be a high probability.

If the device can be installed quickly, and in the field, it seems that it probably is a add on to a existing system.

Because of the following info that I just discovered, i think that it is a calibrator to set a electromagnetic frequency either in the electrostatic anti-fouling systems or just in the radio communication gear and anntennae on board.

I have just found out about physical conditioning of hard water. The ocean is undoubtable some of the hardest water you can find.

If the oil is actively following ph changes in the sea water, you would need to change the ph, OR the ability of the acids in the water to interact with the oil.

So, I took a leap of faith, and did some searching.

Sure enough, I found that there are commercially viable and available systems for using magnetic fields and/or radio waves to cause the alkalyne materials in water to chrystalize, precipitate out of solution, and no longer be able to react well with acids in the water. This would cause oil that is moving based on ph changes to halt in it's tracks and probably retreat if the radio power was strong enough and applied long enough.

Here is a simplified explanation for the process that I found. There are several engineering papers available if you look them up.


[link to www.britishwater.co.uk]

..
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Nice catch! that is a good theory of what is going on there. It may not be complete but I bet it's part of it. Way to connect the dots.

Agreed...good work.
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Here is a link I thought interesting. I haven't been paying attention lately so don't know if its been posted.

[link to www.nanotech-now.com]
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Here is a link I thought interesting. I haven't been paying attention lately so don't know if its been posted.

[link to www.nanotech-now.com]
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look at go..le mainpage and look at this (from the above)

link: [link to www.nanotech-now.com] (scroll halfway)
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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.

filmed in a deep pool with black polystyrene balls on the surface (jc used that technique to film the abyss)

It would be interesting to know why they called Cameron to the gulf...wouldn't it??? and why he said they were crazy...
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Have believed all along James came in for camera foololgy 101 and then overly meladramatic display of dislike for BeePee to creat diversion....Now James!! stick to directing and not acting!!
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Here is a link I thought interesting. I haven't been paying attention lately so don't know if its been posted.

[link to www.nanotech-now.com]

look at go..le mainpage and look at this (from the above)

link: [link to www.nanotech-now.com] (scroll halfway)
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Not sure what your meaning there but I did see this earlier, I was not aware of the level of use:

[link to www.nanotechproject.org]

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[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
reg nz eq :( famley

Sorry ej...I don't and wouldn't wish such things on anyone..I hope if you have family there, that you've been in touch and they are ok...I've been through eq's like that...it's quite frightening
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chers mate ya i hav been in tuch lot of family heeps of frends just a fue broken bones and a lot of wreked stuf fortunaly
doo ya remember my post from eralier in the thred about the fault under nz south island and the bouys around australia being turned off becaus of sea bed rises i was saying south island nz culd get cut in half if it goes think sumone was asking weather it was a safe plase to go regarding pole shift
all be keeping a close eye on the volcanos storms and eg this next 12 months just hoping we dont see an undiniable big increas in all 3 world wide that is its bothering me more than any other subject in the last decade
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job well done breezy
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My gratitude as well !!!
You are fantastic !


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I have been put off reading this thread of late as the code breakers followers have made it into mostly a wall of text. Perhaps this is the intent of the clique involved here. For some time it was OK to refer to the unwanted posters as chatter and noise by what I would call, the holier-than-thou posters. For my reading of the thread of late it has become more and more like the memes, and themes of the Alta Report. This report if I remember rightly would have us looking to each other for our own salvation through information and human thought, and traffic of information. This is why we should treat with respect the posting of all the posters, regardless of how we read the well intentioned post.
We have reams of information of late as to the Israeli mistake, Iran, Nano Technology, I even suggested a Hollow Earth theory which would relate to the Germans pre WW 2. I could not even to begin to count the rest of the links to the knowledge posted on this thread alone of all the posting on GLP. I am thinking the spooks must be having a nightmare if they created this and now it is out of control. The same could be said of the initial "accident" in the first place,. That creation is out of control, and has split the so called powers in all this.
A thought on the codes in all this as a whole. We are in a place which is not quite in control of those powers. The information we pass to each other is of extreme importance to our survival. Those powers know this. The codes we think we are breaking is really a key to a lock of great importance. This lock is where we are so we should be paying more attention to each other, and what we say.
I think my Greek friend, ( I hope) posted a most important detail a long way back, and it was overlooked. This detail is in respect of nationality and how we use it. It is a seed which the powers in the world would have die as they know full well it would be the cause of their demise. I could not go further into this as it is still complicated in my old noggin, and I have no wish to be called a de-railer.
The main posters I feel have long since left the OP behind. The information trail he started has long since left him spooked for want of a better word,, and this thread has taken on a life of its own. Finally I feel we have no right to marginalize ANYONE here as this breeds dissension, and the powers have always used this to our detriment. Working together as one people with respect for nationality is our only way forward.
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YW AC516 Australia and Dhlos.

Goodnight all xx


Another example of why Krispy needs rest...thank you...WHERE do you find the time????
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Hello sweety,

when some things are important time is on your side. ;)

Hello all the rest :D

Will be out today whole day.
Be kind to each other and keep up the good work !!

xxx hugz K-spy


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